Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
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... the overnight train to Beijing the next day. After accomplishing that relatively quickly, we had the rest of the day to ourselves and so wandered through the Muslim Quarter. We bought Wendy another Chinese dress; turquoise this time. We looked for a Muslim restaurant recommended by the Lonely Planet but as it had no English language sign it really was like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Eventually, we gave up and ate in what looked like a chain noodle bar but ...
... far too much. At the end of class, he let several of us punch him “as hard as we could”, and not once did he flinch. That man may as well be the Chinese Iron Man. Class ended at 3:30, meaning we all still had nearly 2 hours left of school. Several of us, including myself, began the game of “Odds.” To put it easily, “Odds” is the dare part of “Truth or Dare.” Here are a ...
... the gate you can walk up to the top of the city walls which are a decent size, about 15 metres wide. From there you can hire a bike for a couple of hours and ride all the way around the top of the city walls. It's about 15km in total so I grabbed one and headed off. They may produce everything themselves in China these days but the certainly don't know how to make a bike! It was some kind of crazy poor effort at being a mountain bike/girls cruiser but it did the job ...
... their luggage (everything but the kitchen sink) and the standing yobs smoking and hoicking every few minutes. It was pretty average and after reaching the hostel we both slept a few hours before getting out to explore the city. Xian is an interesting city that has food joints and meat shops right next to mechanics and Internet cafes. It was similar to Beijing in that way but seemed to lack the character of the capital. We did manage to find ...
... locals and do what they do. So far so good. A few moments in the room and my feet thank me. It's nice to put them up for a minute. Suddenly we hear what sounds like rapid gunfire or fireworks from below our window. A quick peek reveals nothing so we assume its from the construction area very close by. Dinner has been chosen though I'm not thrilled about walking there. Aaron assures me it's only a couple of blocks. Heading south away from the old town we ...