telebikun (telebikun) wrote,
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Spectacular history, aztec-revivalist new agers, and surprisingly good snacks

The sheer scale of this place is awesome, the bus ride out from Mexico City passes through some interesting suburbs, and once you get there you can have lunch at an underrated little snack bar that offers very cold beer and good sincronizadas (ham n’ cheese quesadillas).

Oh, yeah, and there are also some large groups of new-age hippie types in white robes apparently worshipping ancient Aztec deities. Didn’t observe any human sacrifices, however.

Those pyramids are harder to climb than they look, by the way—not for the fearful of heights.

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