Mexico City never ends. Luckily, Uber was cheap, reliable, and got us around. While we liked walking around neighborhoods, the scope of the city is incredible. Located in Bosque de Chapultapec, the Museo Nacional de Antropologia mirrors the city in its sprawling nature.
This is the original Aztec sun stone. In the center is the sun god, holding a human heart in each hand, with his tongue replaced by a sacrificial knife.
After that, it was time for a cocktail at one of Mexico City’s original cocktail bars. Licoria Limontour, in the Roma neighborhood.