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... which was agovernment factory where they make terracotta soldiers for the tourist market as it took just over an hour from our hotel. We were given a guided tour through the factory, starting with the kilns which were in current use as you could feel the heat from the one of the sealed clay entrances. This techique of claymaking is the same as the way in which the terracotta warriors were made. We all had a change to show what we would look like if we were part of the army, which ...
... 9. But least our journey was cheap to get here. We will have a cheap dinner tonight to stay within budget. The terracotta warriors were mind blowing!! They are in such amazing condition for being so old!!! There is so much detail in the faces of the warrior and they don't all look the same. The horses were pretty cool too. A lot of the figures are damaged and they are still digging for more. They didn't find them till 1974 and they are from 246BC. They are split ...
... in rush-hour traffic. Finally made to the hotel, registered and showered in 20 minutes and rushed to the show. Arrived half way through the dinner, but took in the show. This is one of the very few advantages to traveling alone. No one to consult with, or anything like that, no hard feelings, no one offended and felt rushed other than me. You just do it an on to the next issue. So even though they are few, traveling alone, does have its advantages. ...
I'm starting to realize just how few tourists there are in China right now. Perhaps it’s because this is the slow season. Maybe it’s because Xi’an is pretty out of the way from the "big" cities in China (in which case, Chengdu is going to feel really foreign). Or maybe there has been a major drop-off in visitors since China cracked down on independent travelers. Whatever the reason, this is a far cry from anywhere in Europe, Central America, ...
... million pictures of me taken as the white-turned-beet-red-girl-on-a-bike-in -struggle-city, I made it to the starting point, turned in my bike, and practically crawled back to the hotel. I'm not exactly the excercise type. But! That experience did give me a great story. Biking the city wall twice in one go, 17 miles. I'm happy with it.
Those are the main points of Xi'an, a great city that I would love to work in some day. Next stop, Lanzhou!