Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... of my characteristically low whelming point. On our way back, we took a long way round and came across the old Muslim quarter. There was a plethora of unusual food being sold here, from spicy jelly to deep fried maybe mushroom, maybe squid, maybe something else.
A rotation of the Earth later, we beheld the spectacle of The Terracotta Warriors. By this point, my internal GPS must have been malfunctioning, being unable to prevent myself from ...
... staying, I met a guy from Italy, Elio. It sounded as if we had a pretty similar itinerary for the next few days so got each other’s emails before we went our separate ways. I found the hostel with relative ease, I was staying at the Hang Tang Hostel, which again was situated on a tiny little street. I Put all my stuff in my room and headed out to the Muslim quarter for some food. There was a lot of street food about which was all pretty tasty, but I found the local people ...
... and some women who were thought to be servants. Different weapons have been found but only those made of bronze have survived. The shape of wooden crossbows have left imprints in the ground. Once we had looked through the museum section after the pits, we went off to the official Terracotta Factory. The family that make these figures have their coal fired kiln on site and many different moulds. They use the same clay that the original figures ...
... Problem with next one - air con blew cold air but did not cool room. Anyway we stayed. Donna on bed nearest side to blower and me sleeping on floor underneath blower !!! Morning saw us order a private tour for the 7 of us for 265 rmb each (intrepid wanted 485 rmb each). Robin 1 intrepid 0 Terracotta warriors here we come After a 1 hour transfer we arrived and wow - very impressive - that's two ticks off ...
... process, but we found them to be quite amiable. Lots of dried fruits, nuts and confectionary stalls and also the typical market stalls, clothing, tee shirts, scarves, lengths of fabric, embroidered bags, etc Then we went for an early dinner at a local restaurant. We had told Grace that we were being served too many dishes and were concerned about wastage and although she had requested less food, we still had fourteen ...