Han Guang Men Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... brain. The food was almost the highlight of the trip until stumbling upon a small pottery shop that was lined with potter’s wheels. Delicately painted bowls and vases filled the room and soon I left the store with a ceramic camel, and three intricately painted and delicate bowls. Although this trip was unclear from the start it turned into one of the nicest experiences I have had thus far in Xi’an.
... soldiers and horses in battle formation. There are 3 pits with warriors, pit 1 one has 6,000, but only 2,000 can be seen. pit 2 has 1300, and pit 3 has 72.
Each warrior looks different in their own special way. I noticed they have different faces, hats,stances and weapons. The horses looked clean and smooth.
The warriors were put in place to protect Qin Shi Huang. It was very cool to see this.
... so from the wall the contrast of old verses new is quite evident. From the wall we went to the Banpo museum which is dedicated to the ancient village of Banpo and is located in the heart of the city because the remains of the city were found on accident by construction workers and they built the museum over them. It was a really cool exhibit and through it we could see many connections to the Cherokee Indians although there were some stark differences. For instance, they ...
... early and were seated near the stage, then plied with warm rice wine and food, ranging from tempura prawns, spicy pork and many other morsels that I couldn't identify absolutely. Suffice to say, I scoffed the lot.
The stage was filled with elegant dancing, martial acrobatics and virtuoso instrumental performances and made for a great night.
We headed back to our hotel on the bus and slept well, before our flight back to Beijing the following day.
... afterwards were on our way back to school.
PS--It was the first time I rode the public bus in China, so that was exciting as well.
It was my first weekend in China. In my head, I had imagined exploring the city and trying a variety of foods. But, that was not the plan fate had for me that Sunday.
I found out Saturday night that my student, Rose, had a community project the following morning.
She, alongside her ...