Huaqing Aegean International Hot Springs Resort&Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... next day (fortunately they didn’t as this was the Moon Cake Festival and the wife’s birthday, both very personal family moments, so we definitely would have been imposing). We had a light dinner and got an early night for our second full day and the climb of Mount Hua!
Another early wake up and we hopped onto another coach. This took us first to an early lunch to fuel us for the climb ahead. Unfortunately, following lunch, it was my turn for ...
With us joining the hotel's organised tour of the Terracotta Warriors we got a lie in today and had time for a nice cooked breakfast in front of the TV. We then met our tour guide for the day, Zha Zha. Who claimed her English name was Lady Zha Zha…
We'd decided to join the tour as it would make the travel arrangements easier but there was still a short walk to the mini-bus that was parked around the corner. It was at least air-conditioned though, which ...
Everyday for the next three days we're going to a world heritage site #UnescoBabes Number Ee (that's Chinese for one. I'm basically fluent) was the Terracotta Warriors and Horses. it was Terr-ific! (Bad pun I know (even for me) but we're getting behind with blog posts as it is) 2200 years ago the emperor commissioned a Terracotta Army to protect his body into the afterlife. Then everyone kinda forgot about all 6000 lifesize figures until a farmer found them in 1974. He was at ...
... tandems-- swapping partners and playfully competing with each other as to which partnership was the quickest. Unfortunately, I was the slowest, but I blame that on my unforgiving skinny jeans.
In Xi'an, we also went to the Great Wild Goose Pagoda, which was built in 652 A.D, with a height reaching 64.7 meters. It is 7 story's high, and each platform gets smaller the higher you go. The pagoda was built originally to preserve the Buddhist sutras, figurines and relics brought ...
... all the brushes and things involved in it.
For dinner, we ate at a fantastic place called, The Big Bowl. We had big flat noodles, a weird chicken dish that was touted as their specialty (but we found it bland) and an appetizer dish. Overall, the place was great. Loved the noodles, great atmosphere.
The taxi driver took us around so I could get pics of the towers and wall all lit up. He was very nice. The good thing about China is that you can just stop ...