Wangfu Excommercial Hotel
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... He had generals, other officers, infantrymen, archers and horses, all made of this terra cotta that was taken from the nearby hills. He also had some of his concubines and other close servants buried with him to help him out in the nether life. This massive tomb was then covered and forgotten until 1974. During the summer of 74, there was a drought in this region of China and four farmers decided to dig a deep well to see if they could find some ...
... it is time for food AGAIN. This time at a Tang Dynasty Theatre where the specialty of the house is noodles (delicious) and wontons sculpted as artworks. This is another large scale dining centre that is created purely for tourists. There were bus loads streaming in ... And the banquet included such delicacies as hamburger patties and French fries. Obviously catering to a variety of tastes. But seriously, forget the food, this place has the BEST TOILETS in China. ...
... things attached with metal clips on the end which would hook onto a rope attached to the mountain, so if I should lose balance, I wouldn't go too far.... Although to be honest, im not sure how strong these would actually be!! Every metre or so you would have to unclick and reclick yourself onto the rope around the bolts which attached it to the mountain - this is very nerve racking whilst also trying to climb down stairs and hold on for dear life ...
... but took an hour to actually get a room as none of the people working there spoke English (again I had to draw a bed with two people in it). We found this hotel to be very noisy again so we had a look online and found The Ibis, as we recognized it and the reviews were good and it was the same price as where we wer, we booked a night and set out to find a taxi to take us there. No taxis would, it was in the area called Heping which is in the ...
... in 1974 by three farmers digging a well. Originally the emperor Shi Huang Di wanted to be buried with his army ready for the afterlife but fortunately his ministers persuaded him the real army was needed to protect his son and grandson. 700000 people worked on the army and tomb making the warriors, it is alleged, in the actual likeness of the individuals in his army. Each solider is unique, 6000 are in the main pit and would have been painted originally too, making ...