Guan Zhong Hotel Xi'An Nanxin Street
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... half way to the summit. When we were all together, we established a place where we would all meet up at 4:30. After that, we all broke into our own groups and went exploring.
Most of us went up to the North Summit which wasn't far from where we already were. We walked up to that summit and got a pretty good idea of just how big this place was. We could see for miles in every direction from that summit alone. It was beautiful. Eventually, I wound up on my ...
... so he had the Terracotta Army of over 10000 men created and buried in pits near his mausoleum. It is estimated 700000 men were involved in the construction. What an extraordinary thought ! The warriors lay undiscovered until 1974 when local farmers digging a well discovered the first fragments. Only one of these, the archer was recovered completely intact, but the restored armies in the excavated pits make an extraordinary sight visited by many thousands ...
... like that until they have perfected the skill of preserving the original colours that the warriors were painted with.
Lunch was at a restaurant on site where we were the first ones there so got to enjoy the buffet on our own. There were also two Chinese chefs preparing noodles (stretching and pounding out the noodle dough) which was great to watch. Regardless of there being a buffet, we were still brought dishes to share at the table - needless ...
... Qing Emperor and face his tomb. They are each individual – no two alike! The men who made them were killed afterwards so there was no one to tell of the hidden cache of the army. The Emperor was also buried with 3,000 of his closest concubines – imagine! There is so much work to do at these three sites that they say it will take at least 60 more years. They are also looking for more buried – as they think there will be more ...
... down to the waiting taxi. It was hard to pull out of the parking lot and leave her behind. We wish we could have packed her in our luggage and brought her to America. She is such a lovely person inside and out.
The faculty, staff, students, and our friends at Shaanxi Normal University made our visit wonderful. We have fond memories of their hospitality, camaraderie, and of beautiful Xi'an. Zai Jian, Xi'an!