The whole experience to this site was very negative, which is a shame - and I am not ignorant and I do care about history! When we arrived we were greeted with signs which said - you cannot take a camera of a phone into the site and if you do they will be confiscated - no explanation why or polite request.
On paying the admission fee, the lady taking the money was exceptionally rude to the 2 older ladies in front of us for no apparent reason and then to me and my husband. If I had not heard the way she shouted at the people in front I might have taken it personally.
We were offered no tours. When we said hello to anyone in the village they seemed to begrudgingly nod their heads.
The whole experience was unpleasant and we felt very unwelcome, until we left and the people then manning the carpark were friendly and nice. We really do wish we had not gone - if you don't want people to see your pueblo and you don't like dealing with the public then don't open or work in a tourist attraction.
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