Nanfang Hotel Xi'An Anban Street
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... s hospitality with our speech, especially when Rosemary spoke Chinese
My first day of school was really cool. I felt welcomed at the school. The teachers and students were really nice and they were happy to see us. It was fun playing basketball with other students and they were really good. First day was really good and I had a lot of fun. ...
... possibly work out how to put them back together. Apparently they now scan them and a computer works it out for them.
The second pit is smaller and houses a chariot and some warriors guarding the space. These are placed very deep and their purpose isn't known. It was hard to photograph I tried to capture them anyway.
The third pit has barely been touched. Some areas have been opened up but no real reconstruction has begun here. Using ...
... all other markets, there were many little trinkets and many copied versions of otherwise expensive merchandise for sale, and it was also another opportunity for us to test our bargaining skills. Shopping wasn’t the only thing to take place, as one of the students seemed to wonder off from the group. Luckily, she found another group of tourists who were more than happy to escort back to our group.
After that little adventure we then went back to the hotel to pack ...
... which was covered by wood beams and some sort of thatched roof then dirt on top of that. The sites it is believed was sealed and meant to be left untouched. The marauding army smashed every single warrior then set fire to the wood structure this fact is backed up by the finding of charcoal in the pits. Burial mound of the QinShihuang’s ...
... you can visit. Pit number 1 is like a huge aircraft hanger. Pit 2 and 3 are smaller. There are not as many actual warriors on display as you would expect. Most of them are still buried and in pieces. But they are slowly rebuilding them. Still pretty cool site.