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... really busy again but beautifully lit up! Heading back to the hostel we walked past the bell tower and the drum tower which are absolutely stunning at night!! I believe every city has both drum and bell towers. They were used to tell the time in old times. The bell towers are situated to the east and drum to the west of the cities, the bell was rang on the hour from midnight, then the drum took over from midday. They're only used as a tourist attraction nowadays- thank ...
... a key decorative feature in its own right, but it is also designed to be climbed and to provide another perspective for garden visitors.
In the evening we had dinner at the restaurant in our hotel, which was reasonably priced and served fancy versions of the local street food, as well as other Chinese dishes.
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... in detailing around the place. We also got to see a bell-playing show, but it's not essential viewing-- I don't think the performers were very experienced.
My two days in Xi'an were definitely a lot of fun- revisiting some monuments, and seeing others for the first time. It's still fantastic to revisit a place with someone who has never been before, as you can see the place through their view, maybe see somethig you hadn't noticed before, and share in their excitement ...
... used the Booking.com which was an excellent tool in finding unique hotels in our price range and locations. Our favorite mode of transportation was Chinese high speed train and the least - China Eastern Airline (its on-time rate was zero). I made many trips to China before but this one is special because I shared my country and Chinese cultural and heritages with good friends. I hope Jean, Isabel, Chris and Mary enjoyed our tour of China as much as Ray and I ...
... best hostel in Asia in 2010. We had a very clean and comfy twin room booked . This hostel had many floors packed with folks from all over the world. During our time there German seemed to be the most common language used between guests but English is still the operating language at the hostel.
The next morning we joined a tour with fifteen other hostel guests (4 Swedes, 2Belgians, 2 English, 2 Australians, 2 Germans, 2 other Canadians and a ...