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... Terracotta Warriors. Hope the hotel in Xian as good as this one in Chengdu. One strange thing - we have barley pillows. Yes, pillows full of barley grains. Suppose these are therapeutic in some way! I wonder if they go in the washing machine? What a disaster if they do and one split! Luckily a normal "gluten free" pillow on the top. Still not got the hang of entering places visited on this blog and have pressed some we didn't go to. Fat Fingers again! J and ...
... on the executive deck, instead of the main dining room. That is a nice accommodation for us OAT passengers. According to our guide, with so many Chinese tourists on board, when the dining room opens they all charge in, jostling for food. This is part of the culture of always being first. Our meals will still be buffet, but we will be sharing the eating area with about 50 people.
It is almost time to head down the ...
... br> before 1600). Even though it was made of wood, they didn’t use a single nail or
screw and it is still standing. To reach the temple, we walked through town and
were bombarded with people selling their wares. We walked under very ornate
gates and then onto a swaying bridge. It reminded me of the rubber bridge in
the park in Benicia that we played with Trevor on recently. It was a little
creepy and very long! Then ...
We docked around 9 am this morning in Chongqing and then took a private vehicle to the train station. Compared to some of the other stations we had been in, this one was cleaner and the people seemed to push a lot less. The train we got on was a bullet train and only took about 2 hours to Chengdu. After transferring to our hotel, we went for a bit of a walk around the town. We ended up in one of the ...
... when travelling abroad that you must try since it is so different from what you would experience back home. I encourage any visitor to Chong Qing to head out to a restaurant serving the Hot Pot meal Chong Qing is known for. you will not regret it. Just make sure you only put in as much spice as you can handle. They are not joking when they titled this meal "Hot Pot."
After the Hot Pot meal, i was ready to walk around and ...
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