Kuaile Yizhan Short Rental Xi'an Normal University
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... class trip to Bejing’s 6 star hotel. Our professor is a ******* boss and was the curator to this hotel’s penthouse art gallery (the complex also includes an indoor shopping district that "breathes", the world’s largest collection of original Dali sculptures, a Tesla dealership, etc). I’ll probably dedicate a blog post to Professor Wu in the near future because he is just…the man. Anyways back to the hotel. It was really nice, stuff was ...
... The guides say it is because there isn't the pollen in the air, whatever it is, it is good! And certainly Peter hasn't been snoring as he normally does. I'm sure the same goes for me!
We pulled into Xi'an north railway station 5 minutes ahead of schedule and found our guide, or he probably found us. The station was pretty well deserted - not sure where the crowds had gone. Jason was very thoughtful of our comfort and well being, but there was ...
... heard, one of the only mosques that allows non-Muslims to enter is in Turkey.
Outside of the mosque there are many twisting and turning streets filled with vendors and tourists, a pick pocket's paradise. Tiff almost became a victim of theft while haggling over some panda bear ...
... trick. Then at the very end of the day we all gathered on the steps right outside the VIP room .. aka American base camp. While holding the video camera Mrs. Confair said, “I now pronounce you graduates of Tie Yi High School”.
With that we all threw our sailor shirts, and up they went along with excited screams
such a great moment..
The pictures Mr. Palmer took are fantastic. Everyone is ...
... biscuits and frozen water, so it turned out to be a good trial run! To celebrate our sensible decision we went to McD's and had breakfast - its was almost 10am by then.
The people and traffic around the train and bus station was just insane, with the queue for the buses actually snaking back on itself from the main bus area back along under the wall. Another mass migration, although not as intense as the one at New Year in Feb.
This afternoon I went back ...