Han Guang Men Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... dynasties, the roles of men and women, the significance and symbolism behind different arts works, etc. At the end of our museum tour we were given a brief calligraphy lesson (writing is really an art, down to the way that you hold the brush).
At the end of our tour, we were sent off into the square that encapsulated the Wild Goose Pagoda. Although we could not get ...
... who the real winner was in all of this? Lunch today was at a "tourist" venue - not our favourite lunch experience - but I guess we have been so spoiled to date in the food department that our expectations are high! Lunch really was a "public cafeteria" atmosphere and the food was almost frisbeed to the table by the passing staff. Onward to the warriors. And yep, simply spectacular (Mac's word). Pit 1 is 250 metres long and so far approximately 1 000 warriors have been fully or ...
... and visit the drum and bell towers that are very close by. We headed around 12pm. We managed to blag student tickets for both towers so instead of paying 70 yuan each for the towers we only paid 35 yuan each. The towers aren't anything amazing only the structures and their age. We did however enjoy standing over the top of the tower watching over all the traffic and watching cars, buses, cycles, rickshaws and mopeds narrowly miss each other, people trying to cross! ...
... 3 other guys from the UK who willing to make a deal. We all negotiated what we thought was a fair price and were on our way. Each pit is unique in itself, pit 2 consisted of mixed military forces and is still a work in progress as they continue to excavate the area. Pit 3 is believed to be where the most important military officers of that time can be found. And to save the most impressive and largest display for last, pit 1, holds over 170 ...
... right' kindergarten, and from then on have to sit entrance exams for each new school, as well as the bribe system.
On Saturday, our classes of 4-6 year olds were canceled, as they were doing exams (!), and on Sunday there was a huge queue of kids and parents when I walked to work. I was told by a Chinese staff member that yesterday was the day for the entrance exam for the high school across the road from us. It is officially 'affiliated to Jioada University', which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking