Meihua Goldentang International Hotel
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... the Terracotta Warriors of Xian. (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terraco tta_Army) I had seen a unique exhibition when China brought some of the Terracotta Warriors to London for a priceless exhibition in the British Museum but this promised to be something else. Entering the first pit, (pit 1), you literally come face to face with dozens of guarding warriors. If this doesn't unnerve you, then the sheer size of the rest of the pit will when you take it in. At ...
... this place! Check in at the hotel left us all gasping, what a wonderful hotel! Definitely the best yet! Given just one hour to shower and change off we went for a dumpling dinner and and a Tang Dynasty Show at a wonderful theatre. This city will be come my new favourite, bold, bright, definitely crowed and noisy, I just love it. Bed now and we have to get up early AGAIN! But I don't mind as I have an appointment with some warriors. ...
... as we chose not to eat dinner with the group. Some went to a traditional Chinese restaurant and some went to a vegetarian Chinese restaurant. Terry and I wandered the area and went to KFC. Yes, KFC in Xi'an. They gave us a menu to point to and that is how we ordered. Difference was the meat was like thigh meat and the mayo tasted like horseradish. But it was good and it wasn't Chinese. We walked around some more, going in shops, looking at the statues, and people watching. We ...
... not run into this problem in Xi’an, but as more subway lines open, this could happen here too.
So, to get to the tomb, take ‘Line 1’ to Shi Tushuguan. Take exit ‘D’ and turn right (toward the street) as you leave the station. You’ll see a series of bus stops; you want the one that has bus ‘4’ listed on it. You can match up the destination of the bus with the name of the tomb, it will also be listed ...
... because I was much more excited to see the Great Wall. But the terracotta army really made me speechless! Just for some history background: The same emperor Qin Shihuangdi who was the first emperor from China built both the Great Wall for protection of the Chinese country and the terracotta army for his gravesite.
Cathy my guide was perfect. She told me a lot of things about the Chinese dynasties and she had an answer of all of my questions. I ...