Canaan International Hotel
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... undisturbed for thousands of years.... The reality being a very brightly lit pit with half of china peering over the side. And in the pit? Mainly dirt. And signs. And numbers. It's essentially an ongoing archaeological dig site. In some areas you can see the warriors where they have been excavated, whilst in others they are still encased in soil or have sadly fallen apart over the years. Our first encounter with ...
... which is very nice. We all made it back to the bus unscathed and headed off to our next destination to see the little terra cotta warriors. We are given so much information through the course of the day that it's hard to remember everything by the time I get to write this so not so many facts, just what we did and what we saw. The little terra cotta warriors is at this point a lesser known or less visited site. Thís emperor's tomb ...
... first appeared in 2005 and was bought by Yahoo after it had established a viable advertising network - but without many advertisers or users. Yahoo has not had the best luck with social networks, however, and doesn't have the time, money or inclination any longer to focus on this one. Yahoo is using the ad network stuff, though. 5. Photos don't go in vaults The trend toward specialized online backups - as opposed to using your ...
... it was fried cornmeal and PP believed it to be tofu, however, the four of us thought
it was absolutely delicious.
Sidebar: None of us speak Chinese (hence our many translators and the necessity to find restaurants with photographs of their dishes). Collectively, we can say about ten words: hello, left, right, thank you, cold water, beer, bottoms up, and you're welcome. Additionally, from taking many photos throughout this trip, we have ...
... rebels broke into the caves, they stole all of the brass weapons out of the soldiers hands and then crushed the remains. Today the soldiers stand with fists wrapped around as if the weapons were still in their hands. We then went onto Pit 2, Pit 3, and to see the brass horse drawn carriages in a different building. It was crowded in the smaller buildings and I can't imagine what it is like here in the high season. Morgan, I don't ...