Nanfang Hotel Xi'An Anban Street
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After a brief but refreshing night's sleep, we boarded our bus and headed outside the city towards the fields of one of the most famous farmers in Chinese history. Today we would be visiting the world famous Terra Cotta Warriors of Xi'an. Accidentally discovered by a farmer digging a well in 1970s, the Terra Cotta warriors of Xi'an are an archaeological marvel. The UNESCO world site is home to more than (at last count) ...
... my silk cloths, but left the dried rhubarb and the herbal medicines. I was furious that they would do that, I really wanted to tell the law enforcers of the town to cut their heads off and put them on sticks, but I didn't want to waste any more time. I had to go all the way back to the market to buy more silk to trade.
I walked through the city’s streets and remembered that it was laid out in a grid system. The city has 11 south-north streets and 14 east-west streets. ...
... Farmer today and he autographed our book, but we couldn’t take any photos. I thought he had an interesting face. He is in his 70s and looked very tired. He didn’t acknowledge us at all. My guess he is over this whole thing, and I can certainly understand why, but I still think the history of it is amazing. I’m going to be checking a book out of the library to learn more.
During our visit we were ...
... shops and goodness knows what else. The atmosphere was super and we tried to look for a recommended restaurant but failed. Instead, we headed to a popular looking place and asked for a table for two. They told us it would be £3.50 each and told us where to sit. We had no idea what to do or what to expect but within 5 minutes, food was brought to the table. The only thing I'm certain of is that there was some beef and spring onions ...
... about history and some of the teachings of Confucius. There is also a collection of historically and culturally valuable Buddhist statues. Oh, and they are stunning, too. The grounds are gorgeous, and really peaeful. A great afternoon!
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