Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... to point out the differences and significance in subdued ways. It dawned to me that in this bureaucratic society everyone was looking for a title! There was a frenzy urge in this country to get diplomas and certificates of all kinds, as one's package for recognition. Insatiate need for name-brand luxurious goods was another. Newly riches couldn't wait to let people see their "success". They must be seeing some aristocratic aura above, but missing the true wonder of life ...
... I declined.
After the pedicures we walked around the whole mall trying to decide on where to eat. Renee wasn’t feeling particularly adventurous and I wasn’t really up for the challenge of cooking quite yet. There were a lot of places to choose from and I took a couple of pictures of the ones I refused to go to. Sadly we wound up back in the bubble of the hotel and ate dinner at the same restaurant we had breakfast in. We ...
... forcefully glugged down the slab of meat with triumph. Upon swallowing the stomach, delight filled me and I felt like I had just come first in the 3 legged race..Pure pride! With some reluctance I explained that this isn’t the usual fodder I was accustomed to in the green lands of Yorkshire.
Firecrackers were going off left right and centre; it was like a scene straight from Beirut. The deafening firecrackers swiftly lead me on to the topic of Bonfire Night ...
... Our lunch/dinner was at a traditional Chinese restaurant, then we were driven back to our hotel before heading out on foot to visit the city bell and drum towers. The ancient city wall of Xi'an is still intact, but years ago, the bell rang in the morning to let everyone know that the city gates were open for all to enter or exit, and in the evening the drum was sounded to announce the closing of the gates. Both structures are quite beautiful. We saw a unique Starbucks ...
... at the SIP station, and then as we approach a very small taxi line up, I am recognized by 2 students. One I can't place a name to, he hiked perhaps, but never in my class, but the other is Annie Wu - a very top students who enthusiastically waves.... very sweet. Unfortunately, there are very few cabs and this looks like it could take awhile. Annie and Johnson (I later learn his name) are only second in line and I wonder about asking them to share a cab, dropping us on their way ...