Jiaoda Nan Yang Hotel
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... ignorant. The entire mausoleum complex is amazing. As we drove along the country road to the site itself Kimme (pronounced Kim-may, like Timmy from South Park - which gave me endless hours of private entertainment) pointed out a large mound about a kilometer or so from the road. This was the burial mound for Emperor Qin - who commissioned the army. People knew about the burial mound from various written records (and the fact that it was a huge mound of dirt ...
... the turf. In the second part of the class some people went to visit a Chinese English class, and the rest of us stayed outside for our Tae Kwon Do lesson. Today we recapped how to properly do a roundhouse kick, then moved on to punching. Unlike physical education in America, I actually enjoy class here. Starting our day in an energetic manner is really fun.
Today we also visited more Chinese English classes. I sat in on three classes today. One ...
... are truly amazing. After the warriors we had to go to the airport because our flight for Shanghai left at 6. We said bye to Sally and flew into Shanghai safely. Howard introduced us to Mr. Hu, our chauffeur, who took our luggage to our hotel and we went to ride the Maglev which is basically a magnetic bullet train! It was awesome and then we rode the subway to our hotel where Mr. Hi was waiting. It has been a pretty amazing day and I can't wait to spend tomorrow exploring a new ...
... early and were seated near the stage, then plied with warm rice wine and food, ranging from tempura prawns, spicy pork and many other morsels that I couldn't identify absolutely. Suffice to say, I scoffed the lot.
The stage was filled with elegant dancing, martial acrobatics and virtuoso instrumental performances and made for a great night.
We headed back to our hotel on the bus and slept well, before our flight back to Beijing the following day.
... and watermelon.
After recuperating from our travels, Frank and Jojo drove me to the Terracotta Warriors tombs. Frank and Jojo had already been there, so I went alone. Tickets were 150 kuai. If I had brought my student ID card I could have gotten a ticket for 75 kuai. Student ID cards will get give you discounts at all the museums and other historical sites, even if it has expired.
Frank told me I could get a tour guide for about another 100 ...