Meihua Goldentang International Hotel
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... and terracotta figures.
Lonelyplanet says its Emperor Jingdi but the Chinese people say its Emperor Qin Shi Huang so I'm still a little confused about the history. But everything terracotta is cool right!
I think the highlight of this trip was the hologram puppet history show, I cannot find any pictures or videos I took of it unfortunately...maybe it was too dark and I deleted them.
... together on the mountain to motivate each other to get to the top. Later we caught up to Jessi, Hugh, and Anne. WE took a brief rest to eat lunch around noon.
Then we continued up. Not long after we saw a feral cat hiding under a bench. We admired it from a distance of course, as Debbie Matusky forbids petting stray animals. After the cat ran away, we had an unexplainable session of Tai Chi and started doing a routine. The stairs on the mountain were ...
... got our books signed by him.
We had lunch at a restaurant that is popular for its noodles. We enjoyed it. Of course we did it was noodles.
We then went on to walk through some cIty streets and to visit the Little Goose Pagoda. We visited a Mosque all while walking in the rain.
Dinner was dumplings at a local restaurant. We went back to the hotel at 7:30.
... minced lamb in a fried tortilla. It was really good but very greasy too. Our guide helped us get some food from the stalls and then we looked around the market by ourselves. From the Muslim quarter we went straight to a homeless shelter where we were volunteering that evening. It's a soup kitchen set up by an English man and was the first in Xi'an. Half of the group went out on the streets to give food to homeless people who can't come to ...
... still passing it this morning, after boarding the ship and leaving the dock last night! The city has 63 universities, one apartment complex can accommodate 48000 families! The city map needs updating every two months. Because they can't keep up with the energy demands and it can get very hot, they cinemas run movies all night and people just go there to keep cool and go to sleep. Jeff described the city as full of h's: it's hazy, hilly, huge, humid, harried and has ...