Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... solid looking brick edifice in the Tang style, completed in 652 AD. What it has to do with a wild goose I do not know. I'm afraid that the soaring elegance of the very bird-like Phoenix Pavilion had given me unrealistic expectations. We queried some fellow barbarians who were exiting to see what was inside other than a few hundred more stairs. Not much other than views of Xi'an's modern high rises so we decided our motto for the afternoon was, "We came, we ...
... to play! See the pic. Then we headed to the Peoples Park where all of life was going on. Singing, dancing, drinking rather disgusting tea, playing cards and to my great pleasure some mahjong was to be played! Haven't played in ages but it all came flooding back and I just wish we'd had longer to enjoy. Whilst we sat and enjoyed our game a chap wandered around offering to clean our ears! Euuuwwww! Not a pleasant idea and actually slightly terrifying!
... Megalomaniac. His vast tomb complex, found by farmers digging a well in 1974, comprised of his central chamber and then 600 satellite pits, of which pit 1 on its own, comprises 8000 lifesize hand made warriors. Each unique, in dress, facial features, hand painted to the individual hairs, all in colour. The colour from the initial 2000 has faded on contact with the air, so 6000 remain buried waiting for technology to allow them to unearth ...
Today, we all got off the train. We were all ready to get of the train but even more excited to see our friends again. We had a very warm welcome at the train station. Mr. Hua meet us as we stepped off and ushered us through the station. We were greeted by all the students that we hosted. They were as excited to see us as we were to see them. After the first round of hugs and greetings they took us to a reception hall and greeted us formally. We presented them ...
... Warriors. Well the Warriors were just amazing - an old farmer discovered one of the warriors buried not too long ago and since his discovery archaeologists have been discovering pieces and restoring them one by one - we learned that it takes 7 archaeologists about 3 months to restore one ...