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... height of the Tang dynasty when there were no wars and people could concentrate on culture. I would recommend a visit.
The following morning Wallace & Mr Lu came to the hotel and drove us off to the city wall, which is probably the best city wall I have ever seen. It is a square, 14kms long and intact, 600 yrs old with towers every 120 metres. The sun was out and it wasn't cold so it was a lovely place for a stroll. There is a museum in ...
... people cross in a herd. Needless to say, you don't want to be the weakest of the herd and get left behind. While it took us a few failed attempts to cross we did finally make it safely but with a huge adrenalin rush. In the park we were treated to a Tai Chi demonstration as well as several other groups doing various work outs. A pleasant surprise was ...
... our high altitude travels, as instructed by David's personal golfing physician. Our hotel was very relaxing, given that we were extremely tired from our loooong train journey and delayed flight. Found some Rochford Basket Press Shiraz 1998 for 40 bucks but thought that too dear so bought some unpronounceable Aussie wine instead, to wash down a very good Pappas pizza (don't tell the Chinese that ...
... We all get the same thing, hot and spicy lamb soup with an awesome flat loaf of bread (momo 馍馍) for each of us. 味道好极了 ;！
Frank's father drops us off at the bus station, which is located at the air terminal, and we say goodbye. The bus ride over is about 5 1/2 hours long. On the way, we talk more about video games as well as what life is like in Tianshui.
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