Jiade Hotel Xi'an
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... cotta soldiers, horse-drawn chariots, and weapons. The fourth pit is empty, a testament to the original unfinished construction. Other pits have shown tombs of the Emperor's childless concubines and other important relics of the Han Dynasty (which was over 2,200 years ago!).
Check out the photos – the size and scale is amazing and there are archaeologists continuing to excavate the pits as the visitors trailed past.
We happened to visit ...
... looming, we stayed put.
Dinner was at a smarter restaurant than most previous ones, and some of us rebelled against the endless diet of beer and branched out with red wine! After dinner, much to our tour leader's horror, we all decided to go to a bar, in "bar street" where through some confusion about buy two get one free, we ended up with a lot of gin and tonics!!
Next morning we faced the local breakfast with trepidation, but it was better than the one ...
... to say though that it tasted nice but would of enjoyed it more if it wasn’t so spicy.
We continued to walk and explore the streets, it was pleasant to be out and the street was crowed… We got back to the hotel room late 10:30. Yeah I know that this isn’t really that late but you need to remember that we are old. As well as we haven’t had a lot of sleep and it’s 2 hours later at ...
... raised up in front of him, one arm behind him, the other in front - it basically looked like he was hugging the floor. It was hilarious. The funniest part was that we raced past all the Chinese that were on the escalator and they must have blatantly been thinking 'those weird westeners' then Bish totally fell in front of them all ha ha ha. Sorry Bish - but it was really funny!
That night it was so hard to sleep too, everytime I closed my eyes ...
... so we just order one meal at a time! Two can eat well for 65¥ and still have some left over! The next day we walked through the South Gate of the city wall in a straight line for 30mins to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, it was very hot this day but well worth sweating for! The pagoda itself is set back behind an impressive display of musical fountains! Classical music is blasted out from hidden speakers as the fountains dance to the rhythm, ...