Kempinski Hotel Xi'an
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In Wang Can's other book "With the Army V," ...
... The warriors when excavated, were colourfully painted but the colour soon bleached in the light. The timber ceilings had long since collapsed, crushing and smashing much beneath but many remained whole and look incredible. The site is truly gigantic and may take decades to excavate. The Qin mausoleum, defended by automatic crossbows against tomb robbers, remains unentered as the technology to do so without its destruction does not yet exist. Rick & Sheila's top tip... ...
... to the hostel, and we ended up nearly 3 miles outside of where we were
staying. Fortunately, we were near enough to the Muslim Quarter to satisfy our
hunger and want to head back there once more before leaving for Guilin. Matt
and I stumbled upon a noodle place, but found to our dismay that the noodles
were served cold. Not wanting to be rude, I plugged my nose and wolfed down my
plate, while matt ran in embarrassment for a more eye-catching treat. He
... Which city did you prefer? That's tough. If I had been able to
experience more of Shanghai, I probably would have liked Shanghai more.
In Xi'An, more people stared at me like I was Cyclops himself. Not a big
fan of that.
What was the worst part about your visit? Sis. Really? Do you
even need to ask me this? The taxi ride to the airport in Xi'An and the
flight from Xi'An back to Shanghai.
Would you come back to China? ...
... I went to the Belgian Bar for the evening, and it was exactly the pub atmosphere that the UK lacks at times. Soft music which people can actually listen to, a huge selection of drinks, smoking if you want to, and people just generally relaxing. It was a chilled but nice evening. The following day I treated myself to a SUBWAY! YES! (The Chinese have a lot to learn about making sandwiches..) and went to the Big Goose Pagoda. I didn't go inside, but the area around it was ...