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... control it's baggage security.
We're just about on time for our train which is already boarding so we quickly buy food then head for the train. We decided to go 1st class for this journey. We have our own cabin with bunk beds. It's comfortable with clean white sheets. We watch the lego movie on Clíonas tablet once the train starts to move and now we're all cuddled in bed.
Beijing at 9.30 tomorrow morning.
Night night,Clíona, Miriam, Des & Cian
... late last night after FaceTiming mum :-), we played hangman in bed on the iPad. We woke at 10 this morning. The lie ins are lovely. Once we got to the ibis we did our washing for the first time this trip. my hands are red raw!! We worked as a little team. I washed, Noel rinsed and I then squeezed them. The clothes are now hanging all over the room. Went out to see the Bell Tower and Big Goose Pagoda. around ...
... the subordinate tombs. Furthermore, over 50,000 cultural relics have been unearthed from these sites. Therefore experts think, all these things that the emperor needed in his real life were also required in his afterlife. The mausoleum is considered to be an underground reproduction of the earth world.
The three pits were discovered about 1,5 kilometers to the east of the mausoleum. They were named No. 1, No. 2, No 3 in order as the time they were discovered. ...
... called Simha-Qude. The next was the Wangfuge Pavilion which was once Prince Yong's bedroom.Inside was a huge statue of a god called Maitraya, standing 18 metres tall and made from one piece of white sandalwood. Remarkable. The next was the Suicheng pavilion which contained five Buddha statues and the statues of Indian scholars on each side.
I was intrigued by the fervent devotion of the locals. We were given a complimentary bundle of incense as we entered ...
... of money. With a sudden change of heart the tour guide gave us some pointers with the most important being 2,3,1, the order of which to see the warrior viewing rooms. So on we went to the train station in order to catch our bus but when we got there people were already lined up across the station. Being the obvious targets it took about 2.5 sec for a driver and his mini van to approach us. Cathy being the hard sell kept turning him down. Soon enough ...