Huaqing Aegean International Hot Springs Resort&Spa
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... Mosque Moggy Once I had got over the sheer size of the city, different parts of the city came alive bit by bit as we explored throughout the day. The Drum and Bell towers provided a great central location to explore the Muslim quarter for starters, where approximately 20,000 Muslims live. After winding through an immense alleyway of stalls, we finally found ourselves at the mosque. Buildings loom down on every side of the mosque but inside it is a beautiful haven from ...
... a Chinese film in the centre. We decided upon a food place at the back where we ordered two vegetarian dishes and rice. It came with free Chinese tea. It was all really nice :-) very hot though!! Feels like we have eaten something healthy rather than croissant, crisps and choc! Might go there tomorrow night as at least I know I can enjoy it and it cost £4.80 for the whole meal! Taking the local tourist bus to see the Terracotta Army tomorrow. Night all ...
... after not sleeping well on the train the night before. The next day, it was on to Dunhuang in Qinghai Province, a 24 hour train trip away. The one thing that will stand out is that in the summers, the trains are packed with students going on either home, back to school or on vacation. These kids are very curious about everything and we had some very interesting discussions on human spirituality and there being things in one’s life that are much bigger than oneself. ...
... 8217;s a little more difficult.
First, unless you are staying within walking distance of the bus stop, you’ll have to take the subway to get there. As I mentioned earlier, Xi’an’s subway is currently not very useful for most travelers (expect this to change as more lines open up). However, it IS the best choice for this trip. However, if you’ve never taken a subway in China, there are a few things you should know. The first ...
... I should have known from several former experiences) and on the map the names are changed to English which makes finding streets quite difficult. After 12pm I didn’t have the patience nor the memory to translate the cardinal directions from Chinese into English. In the end I took a taxi and the taxi driver was also willing to use the meter which is out of Shanghai rare to find. But therefore he
didn’t know the direction and had a lot ...