Zhengzhidao Youth Hostel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with detailed explanation of what we were seeing. Then there was an amazing movie using holographic images to tell the story of the emperor Liu Qi and his wife and how the burial site was arranged. I think the movie at least got everyone's attention.
Then it was back on the bus for a ride back to Xian. We had a subdued afternoon because of the rain however for those whose uniforms did not fit there was a representative ...
... to the hostel, and we ended up nearly 3 miles outside of where we were
staying. Fortunately, we were near enough to the Muslim Quarter to satisfy our
hunger and want to head back there once more before leaving for Guilin. Matt
and I stumbled upon a noodle place, but found to our dismay that the noodles
were served cold. Not wanting to be rude, I plugged my nose and wolfed down my
plate, while matt ran in embarrassment for a more eye-catching treat. He
... just didn't know what to do...this was particularly frustrating because I wanted to help SO BADLY. Aside from missing out on seeing Shanghai, I was growing increasingly concerned that my baby sister was going to die in China...on my watch...and then my parents would kill me. She was THAT sick....everything that could be wrong with her was wrong with her. What had started with a little stomach nastiness had turned into continual stomach problems with coughing, ...
... here--it's not orderly and efficient like in Hong Kong--it's a free for all! The taxi drivers refuse to use their meters for airport trips; instead you bargain with them. I managed to bargain them down about 50 yuan, and off we went. I'll just say this about traffic and driving in China: It's like cross between a very fast paced game of chicken and Russian roulette!
It was a ...
... we were led through the beautiful, traditional Chinese archways of this quiet hostel to what turned out to be a wonderful queen room with private bathroom and all the facilities we required! Two days later we would realise that the lamp outside the hostel had blown and it shone brightly and appeared much friendlier and welcoming than first impressions. ANCIENT CITY WALLS Built in 1370, the ancient city walls of Xian are the only complete city walls still standing in ...