- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... buildings modestly entitled with names such as 'Mao's hall of Great Ideas', all under the ever watchful eyes of the constant police presence.
After a wander round the park and along the river, stopped at another tea house where Matt got talked into getting his ears cleaned by one of many who ply their trade round tea houses (and in fact bars in the evening) announcing their presence with a distinctive trilling of their metallic implements. Why drinking ...
Monday - Last day in Xian- Bike ride, Park and Departure
This was a much better day. The rain had cleared and it was another beautiful, hot day. In the morning we went for a stroll to the city walls. They have a park running all the way along the outskirts approx 8km. It was fantastic. There were initially two old women, roughly 70/80yrs old doing Tai Chi to some music. Then there were four guys doing, what looked like Wu Dong. As we continued through the park it was like a ...
... food. Finally i could return to the hostel check in and fall asleep. Bliss. Skyped Mum and Dad that night telling them of my 28 hour standing journey to Beijing, well they convinced me to book a flight even though it was much more expensive but obviously a much better idea. Managed to get a refund on my train ticket the next day and spent the day relaxing watching films in the hostel. need some down time.
Next day i was flying ...
... at 9 o'clock so we wanted to get to the centre in time to see them all awake and playful. We got up at seven to give us time to find a taxi and we ended arriving there bang on 8 o'clock as the centre opened its doors to the public. It may sound a little overly eager I admit, but I had been waiting to see Giant Pandas for so long and I wasn't going to let a mass of tour groups ruin my day there. It was worth the early ...
... just seemed odd to us, that's all.
Once we stopped, we all headed in to catch the show. It started right on time and the speaker that explained all of the shows did so in English (with written Chinese scrolling along an LED screen on both sides of the stage). I looked around and the place was packed...I mean really packed with tourists. Did we fall for a tourist trap again? No, we didn't think so. The show ...