Grand Noble Hotel
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Großer Wildganstempel und Terracottaarmee. Xian Zunächst geht es heute zur Wildganspagode, die 64 Meter hoch, 7etagig und 1300 Jahre alt ist. Hier erfahren wir einiges über die Geschichte Buddhas. In jedem Land ist sie ein bißchen anders. Hans hat schon bei der Fahrt hierher seinem von uns im geheimen erhaltenen Spitznamen …
Esmorzarem a l'hotel avui es el dia on tindrem que anar a l' aeroport per prendre el nostre vol amb destinació Xian, tindrem que facturar i embarcar . Arribarem a la ciutat Imperial i punt de partida de la Ruta de la Seda . On serem assistits per el nostre guia .
L'hotel de 5* costara 76 euros on soparem y dormirem 2 dies.
Breakfast at the Grand Noble Hotel was nearly as big as the one in Beijing and Brennan was happy it included omelets. We tried dragon fruit (red peel with white fruit that is speckled with black seeds) which was very tasty. Yesterday we tried dragon eye fruit which had a hard green/brown peel with an eyeball inside (white with a pit). Dave and I …
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I'm afraid I'm feeling a bit like Dane and Lloyd. Last year, in the south of China I travelled with mad Mario from Serbia who drank and smoked too much and generally led me astray. I was lucky to meet him. Travellers I know who had been here complained of isolation. Long train trips where you can't speak to anyone. Dorm rooms where you're the only white guy. It's the reason I didn't come here for such a long time. Maybe ...
... going to be held and did not get a response until Joseph’s students told me that there were not any dragon boat races in Xi’an.
We ‘made the most’ of the Dragon Boat Festival by ‘making’ Zongzi, the rice treat that is eaten during the holiday. This glutinous rice dessert, wrapped in bamboo leaves and tied with string, began as a tradition when rice cakes were thrown in the water ...