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Here, I'm standing on top of the Pyramid of the Sun. 

You can see, feel, and climb the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.

Visit on the 1st and 2nd November. And, you can experience the Day of the Dead traditions.

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Teotihuacán Day Trip from Mexico City

Teotihuacán Day Trip from Mexico City

  Day Trip from Mexico City   Teotihuacán What have you done that is an amazing feat!   For me, that is I climbed to the top of the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacán. Then, I climbed back down again. You can see in the picture below. I'm standing on the Pyramid of the...

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Mexico City Top 5 things to do

Mexico City Top 5 things to do

Has someone inspired and encouraged you to visit a place, city or country? Which place were you inspired to visit? Well, for me that was Mexico City.      find time create in Mexico    The Top 5 Places for you to visit in Mexico City:   Teotihuacán...

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Chapultepec Castle Mexico City

Chapultepec Castle Mexico City

  ROMEO + JULIET at Chapultepec Castle Mexico City O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? ~ Juliet Romeo + Juliet Shakespeare   Chapultepec Castle Mexico City is one of the top places to visit there. Why? Some scenes of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and...

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Day of the Dead at Night Mexico City

Day of the Dead at Night Mexico City

  Day of the Dead at Night After you visit San Pedtro Atocpan  and San Antonio Tecomitl on the tour with Pata de Perro DF on 2nd November.   You will tour the cemetery of the third town at night on the Day of the Dead. It's San Andres Mixquic,   The Church...

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Day of the Dead Cemetery Experience

Day of the Dead Cemetery Experience

A girl rides a horse through the cemetery     Day of the Dead   After we visited San Pedtro Atocpan on the tour with Pata de Perro DF on 2nd November. We toured the cemetery at the second town, San Antonio Tecomitl, on the Day of the Dead.Experience Day...

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