Nanfang Hotel Xi'An Anban Street
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... child they wanted to marry off. Again, the children had no idea this was taking place behind their backs. Perhaps Central Park also has such a service? Carolyn thought this would be a great idea. Lauren you're in for a big surprise.
Once we left the Summer Palace area we were taken to Qing Shan Ju Tea House. There the history of Chinese tea was presented to us, as we sampled several teas, Jasmine, Fruit, Green ...
... easily walk around the perimeter and not see the same warrior in the same way. Every new group seemed to amaze. Reflecting on the age and purpose of the statues it was easy to lose oneself in the past. To imagine the workers (estimated 700,000) crafting the horse figures and the warriors, to picture the rows of spears and halberds now vanished, the chariots now too victims of the centuries, and to contemplate the power and influence Qin Shi Huang Ling ...
Dinner was a dumpling feast where we ate a wide range of dumplings - a range of duck, pork, chicken, vegetable as well as sweet walnut dumplings. Yummy !! Then we were treated to the Tang Dynasty performance at the Shaanxi Opera House. Fabulous costumes, singing and dancing in a traditional Chinese show. Simply "wow" with a wonderful surprise at the ...
... us to the Emperor's final resting place, the tomb that he had had made especially for him. On arrival we all weren't that impressed as there really wasn't much to see at all, it was just a large hill with trees! They are yet to open it up and have a look inside so who knows what it might be like in there!!
By this point we were all starving, luckily they had arranged to take us to a restaurant on the way home. For just £3 we had another large Chinese buffet, ...
... it may be a while before we get the next one, we nonchalantly wandered back to get a cab. Once in the cab, we immediately released that something was wrong as the traffic was snarled up in central we made the executive decision to jump out the cab and take the MTR at Wan Chai (yes that how far we got before we started to panic). It was a quick run and I'm sure I heard Nicole thanking me that I prevented her packing to much :-).
We managed ...