Zhengzhidao Youth Hostel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was a lovely day again today. We got our friendly driver, Little Tiger, to take us to the monument for the start of the Silk Road and then onto Fengoing Park on the way to the airport. The park was full of families strolling around, on boats on the lake and driving around in little electric cars. We had a nice cream and a beer and spent a couple of hours enjoying the sunshine after the awful downpour of ...
... complex seemed. This is obviously quiet by Chinese standards. We didn’t queue to buy the tickets, and there were just people milling around, there wasn’t any mad panic to get through. We were sure that it was simply because everyone had already bought their tickets and were all at the pits already. We had been told such horror stories. Andy, who climbed the mountain with us had shown us pictures of solid queues and told us stories of there being crowds five-ten people thick ...
Here's the reason why I hacked, but I didn't get to finish my blog from earlier.
You always hear about the students; but now it's time to tell you about our chaperones.
Do you know how hard it is to corral, literally corral, sometimes they get out their ropes and lasso us to get us all across the street safely or all safely on a city bus?
Parents: You trusted these adults with our lives, whom you've only met maybe ...
We arrived in Xian and experienced the public buses getting to the hostel. The rules of traffic around Xian are strange indeed. You cross the street by not looking at the cars and forcing them to swerve or stop for you. The thing that makes everyone afraid is the buses. The bigger the bus, the more terror it inspires because the buses don't follow the rules of the road. The buses run reds. The buses don't slow down for pedestrians. The buses are the predators ...
... a nicer bathroom. Hopefully the shower is better too.. I will have to try it out tomorrow morning.
We had some breakfast and left the hostel around 12 to do some exploring. We climbed the city wall and walked along to the other side where we ended up in an antique museum shop. They had beautiful vases and art that was supposedly hand painted and hundreds of years old. I was really tempted to buy something, and I almost did when Bryan left me and I ...