Finally some good tourism, and to have it in full glory we go to Teotihuacan to walk the Avenue of the Dead and to climb the Sun and the Moon Pyramid.
This archeological site seems endless; it spreads between the two pyramids, gifting the visitor with breathtaking views.
Obviously we can't avoid climbing the pyramidsů I think they would make a perfect scenario for a Lara Croft photo sessionů maybe the next time.
Paraphrasing Robbberto, I'll tell you about another funny feature of the site: walking sellers.
The Avenue of the Dead is crowded by these friendly gentlemen who carry with them stuff spanning from the carpet depicting the Aztec Stone of the Sun to various objects made of obsidian, from crystals to reproductions of the Pyramids and, generally speaking, any kind of kitsch object you could possibly imagine to associate with a tourist/archeological site.
As soon as they sight a tourist, he/she is surrounded by the sellers who start claiming the good quality of their goods, describing them as unique in the World (obviously enough, just two steps away another seller has the very same stuff), following words with much or not so much impressive demonstrations of the quality of the obsidian used in the making process.
The most important thing you should never forget is that you have to behave like real Italians and trade without mercy.
The starting price is at least twice the price the seller is willing to go down to, and you will be able to tell this price just walking away with delusion for the too much high price he is asking; soon he will run after you, granting that he like you and for that reason he leaves the object at the price you are willing to pay ^__^
Weather was good while we visited the two main pyramids, without too much Sun and with bearable temperatures; despite the fact we were in the middle of a desert it started raining and so we couldn't visit the pyramid of Quezalcoatlů oh well, it doesn't matterů I was in my "get drunk by tequila" phase three XD!