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... After that we went to the Tomb of Emperor Qin, except that you can't really because it hasn't been excavated. Qin united China, joined various defensive walls to make them Great, and encouraged the Silk Road (which apparently originated in Xi'an). According to legend, he also got buried in a massive city, with 700,000 vassals, on a pool of mercury. And also formations of whole terracotta armies. What we visited is a rendition of his tomb. Then we went to a jade ...
... to a gallery that has some history of the sites. We learned how to tell the different solder apart by their hairstyles, armor and pose. BoBo also told us about how the Archer I the only solder that was found complete where as the rest of them were damaged in the revolution and take an average of three to six months to put back together. Another short journey brought us to our restaurant where we ate ...
... to Greece over many centuries. But best of all, the ancient city walls are still intact, and you can hire a bike for a cycle round them! What we didn't know is the wall perimeter is 14km, and you only have 100mims to complete it... We booked a room in a really friendly hostel, this time full largely of Western travellers, and over the four days have met a great bunch of people, exchanging emails and promises of free accommodation in Rio, Lima, Hobart, Mexico ...
... amount. Another bus came and we all switched to the other bus.
We first found a Starbucks and had breakfast. I had black iced tea with a cinnamon roll. I figured if I'm not going to be gluten free, I might as well do it big. :)
We finally got to the Bell Tower. We walked around, took pictures, watched a show--instruments & a dancer with a million other people, then went across to the Drum Tower that had a little drum museum inside. The two buildings were about ...
... br> After the meal, Matt & Elaine went round each table and had shots of Baijiu with each group.
That part was all over by 2.30pm, and the Chinese people left as soon as the food was finished. That would be the end of the day for most Chinese weddings, but there was an evening party that followed.
That night we went to a small bar and had live music provided by Matt's brothers who are all very accomplished musicians, and then Matt, Alex, Brendon ...