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... is looking at crowds of Chinese tourists, and they come in their legions. This place is wildly popular with the Chinese and the infrastructure is here to support their needs, i.e. trinket shops with plastic swords and street food vendors galore selling such delicacies as mounds of internal organs and carts full of ham chunks ready for man-handling by choosy customers. It is not all gruesome, but if the thought of street food scares you, there are plenty ...
- Rishengchang Draft Bank. Dubbed as the grandfather of China's contemporary bank in the countryside, the Rishengchang Draft Bank was the first one of its kind founded in China in 1823. The establishment of Rishengchang was a milestone in China's financial and banking development.
- Huiwulin Wushu Exhibition Hall. It was the old home of famous eight-trigram boxing coach Mr. Wang Lun of Pingyao in late Qing Dynasty and has been the ...
... above the grassy roofs. For dinner we found a very atmospheric restaurant within the Yide Hotel, with classic and classy Chinese decor. Here we enjoyed excellent sweet & sour pork, eggplant with coriander and flat noodles as well as very good wifi. Wandered back through the packed touristy streets to our guesthouse for a fairly early night. Stayed at Harmony Guesthouse, Pingyao [T&J Rating: 2/5] Both Finished book - The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald [T&J Rating: ...
... name—then started speaking to me in order to practice her English, and I was very impressed by her boldness and willingness to talk.
Their teacher ended up walking over as well, explaining that he knew a little English, that they were visiting from a Xian school (I think?), and that the children wanted to take a picture with me. I acquiesced, and when the teacher told them what was to occur, they cheered and we made our way to the middle of the ...
... snacks, and artists sketching the dragons and curled roofs of authentic Chinese architecture. Most buildings have atleast one courtyard, and the passages connecting them are both confusing and incredibly fun to navigate. The city walls encompass this unique place as if hugging it closely to protect it from all outside influences.
Everything has been so perfect, I can't wait to see what is next in Xi'an, which I will reach after tonight's train ...