Every time I have tried to visit the Pueblo, it has been closed. Our guide said if there is a ceremony (like a funeral) they have to close down unexpectedly. So I was happy to find it open and it was wonderful. First off, the tour was one of the best I have seen and our guide was knowledgeable, entertaining and engaging.
This place is living history. A man wandered by with a boquet of wild flowers. I saw him later on his front porch, the flowers in a jar with water. The hornos are still used to bake bread and the pole at the center of plaza is used during ceremony still. We are fortunate that we are allowed to enter this place. It rings with history both bloody and redemptive.
If you think $16 is too much to pay, don't go. You don't deserve to see it.
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