Kempinski Hotel Xi'an
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... At the temple, we bought three sticks of incense and placed them in a giant incense burner with a hundred others. There were as many Buddhists as not and they were offering prayers, incense and candles in front of the Buddhas.
After leaving the temple area, we had about an hour to wander the surrounding shopping area. This is an upscale neighborhood in the city of Xi'an. There were actually some single-family houses and duplexes compared ...
... you can visit in the area. Almost everything is also labelled in English which is also greatly appreciated as it helps with the understanding. I found another cinema on my walk home and decided to see what movies they had with English subtitles. They actually had three including the 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' but the other two weren't playing until later in the evening so I figured I'd take some down time at the hotel before ...
I am writing this entry with a pen I bought from the stationary store next to the school, and it offers the wise words "A cat has nine lives! You know a cat has nine lives." This pen store has been one of my favorite spots to visit during a normal school day, along with the smoothie shop. Every day the students have a noon break, so we gather a gang of two or more Americans and head ...
... then you. It was really funny talking about different travel stories as well but unfortunately we were stupid so we didn't get their names! In any case we had a lovely time with them and we wish them the best on their travels. Jord and I have now decided to buy a notepad and pen though so that we're able to keep in contact with great people we meet on the trip! Overall we had a great time in Xi'an and are sad to be leaving China but are really looking forward to Hong Kong!
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... has a slight red/brown patina. And while originally brightly painted and fully outfitted with weapons, they seem now more like ghosts of the earth, raised to tell their story from history of the imperial drive for power and everlasting life.
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