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... dynasty? Is it Qing dynasty? Is it Ming? Who knows. All that is certain is that it comes with a turnstile and set of hilariously miss-translated English signs. "Don't over-transgress"....shan't. Next up was Xi'an, a huge and vibrant city that is home to the famous Terracotta warriors. The vast warehouses that showcase the beautifully restored army today give a real sense of just how vast this undertaking was and left a real impression on us. The museum attached ...
... We couldn't miss going into the stadium so tickets bought just before closing time we headed in. We climbed right to the top. They've turned the stadium into a winter wonderland for the winter so we can't do a run around the track unfortunately. But we can sit back, high up in the stands and watch highlights on the big screens!
What a long day....we decide to go for dinner in an area peter suggested. Jumping over barriers on the way out of the stadium on the way. ...
... looks like - a downtrodden, musty building with children cramped into beds and little area for play. So now think of the complete opposite of that. And that is the Ning Xia Children Welfare Institute where Josie lived for the past 2+ years of her life.
It's a new - gorgeous, 5-story building - with an incredible large outside playground. Inside, it is absolutely beautiful as well. Big beautiful play rooms, ...
... the town is Tulufan.
Right on time, ticket sellers still wiping their mouths and burping their satisfaction with lunch all returned. 5 minutes later I had my tickets…sadly not for 3 days but beggars can’t be choosers. We would just have to rest.
We booked into a hotel I had found on the internet. A bit expensive by out standards ($450 but it did have an internet connection, hot water, air con and was in an excellent location 5 minutes walk from the ...
... The Ming Dynasty carried the project forward. It's truly a wonder.
One downfall is serious pollution is present in this part of China and the sky was filled with haze. Pictures do not really tell the true story of the Great Wall because of the heavy clouds hanging low. Many people wear face masks as protection from the dirty air, as respiratory disease is common in parts of China.
China is ...