February Second Businee Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... once in the mall, and it was for a very nice hand-made leather wallet. The rest of my purchases which were shoes and a shirt were horrible rip offs, yet I still bought them. Let me just add that the purchase was before I was told that bartering was recommended, and before I realized that the shops would try to take advantage of 老外 (lao wai – foreigner). I was later informed by Hugh, our Chinese teacher, that I could have gotten the pants and shoes for less than ...
... so no sale for us.
It's Sunday but the traffic is still crazy. We go to visit the Shangxi Provincial Museum which was not all that exciting as we had seen similar displays in Shanghai.
We have about 45 minutes to get ready for dinner which is a dumplings party followed by a traditional Tang Dynasty performance. Xi'an is well known for its dumplings and tonight we are served 16 different dumplings. It's crazy as they just keep coming. Some were really yummy and ...
... was a great place to get lost in for the day.
The next day I went off to see what all the fuss was about with the Terracotta Army. I arrived and decided to tag along with the only other Westerners on the bus ride, so off we went to explore. First we went to the museum, which had a few of the soldiers displayed in cases and other artefacts they had found in the area when they uncovered the Army. Next we went to Pit 3, as the lonely planet and everyone else who visits ...
... oldest cities in China, with more than 3,100 years of history, the city was known as Chang'an before the Ming dynasty. Wikipedia
... a pound a pint. Suffice to say the last ones made weren't the best!
We then got talking to a pleasant guy from Sydney. I had a deep discussion with him about the British Empire (not started by me). He was interested to know if we felt as guilty about our time, particularly in India (where many of his ancestors came from), as most Germans feel about WW2. I feel that I gave a balanced 2 sided argument. I'll leave it at that.