Long Hai Hotel
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... a key decorative feature in its own right, but it is also designed to be climbed and to provide another perspective for garden visitors.
In the evening we had dinner at the restaurant in our hotel, which was reasonably priced and served fancy versions of the local street food, as well as other Chinese dishes.
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... eaten - pork dumpling was shaped like a pig and fish dumpling shaped like a fish. Very tasty and very clever, but we couldn't eat it all.
Once we finished dinner we sat back to watch the performance of the Tang Theatre. This was really lovely, dancing, singing and fascinating musical instruments from the Tang Dynasty of a thousand to seventeen hundred years ago. All very entertaining!
Tomorrow we have an early start as we are heading for Shanghai.
... than paris that is! Maybe other side of Germany or Holland! So we will relax and pack ready for our train at 18:52pm!
Not sure when we will next pick up internet so its bye for now.
Xi'an has been a great experience. We have enjoyed visiting here and looking at the beautiful surroundings and scenery. It is a fast growing city with the help of the warriors! But also the lovely wall surrounding the city. We would highly recommend ...
Most tourists visit Xi'an for one reason: the terracotta warriors. For some reason I had thought the statues were quite small so I was surprised to see that for the most part they tower over me. Pit 1 has the best restored sections (for the time being; research is being done on how to prevent the oxidation of the coloured paint before unearthing more statues) and is where a German tourist a few years ago snuck in to the site, dressed as a warrior, before he was spotted and deported ...
... good. They have all different sizes and so Steve took forever to work out which size he wanted and which ones he wanted, I mean they are all the same it just depends on which price you want to pay really. Anywho, we decided to not give anyone a heart attack and have the big guys sent home so we settled with a more travel friendly version.
Now off to see the real deal!!! The walk up to the entrance is quite long and the area is really touristy. Hard ...
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