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... for last. It is absolutely huge, making it colder than it was outside! We entered from the back so that we would get the full effect. At the back there was a small pit displaying all 56 minorities - different statues with different hair styles and clothes! Then we moved to the front and up some stairs to take in the scene. The pit contains about 6000 warriors, although only 2000 are on display (looked like a lot!). They are all facing east, and are all ...
After a nice 5hr train ride at 310kph we arrived in Xi'an. Seriously loving bullet trains....definitely the way to travel. Quiet, fast, comfortable....amazing. We walked to our hostel...following the excellent directions provide for us "exit the metro station in an eastward direction while heading north....huh? Jackie's amazing internal compass took us through some pretty sketchy roads, back alleys and even a couple sidewalks....that were being used by cars....we were getting ...
... second question is "why outside of Xian?" Good fengshui. His head points to a mountain and his feet point to a lake(I believe Xian was the capital at that time, so that's also why). The third question is "who made the horses and soldiers?" Lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of people. Some people who worked on this project were criminals. So like a lot of other big places in other parts of the world were built by slaves ...
... in prior to the viewing are the things which probably did that. This huge army was built 1.5km to the east of the emperor's tomb to protect him from his enemies in his afterlife. Ironically, but 4 years after he was buried, his enemies attacked, broke and burned down many of the terracotta warriors and horses and the wooden chariots. We saw the 3 pits in reverse order; pit 3 was unremarkable as it was small and was believed to be ...
... enter at full speed and hope for the best. Hitting the breaks is a sign of weakness. I would like to say that they are amazing and there are no accidents but there are accidents all the time. A bus and a car were in an accident in the circle and we saw the bus driver yelling at the driver of the car and the cops at the same time. However the accidents are no entertainment compared to the grandparents biking with kids on the handlebars. If you ...
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