Xian Skytel Hotel
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Today's destination is the Terracotta Warriors, the famous imperial burial site about an hour east of the city. It is set in flat countryside with hills to the north and a river to the south, all of which apparently makes it an auspicious spot. There are in fact many imperial tombs in the area from the Han and Tang dynasties, but it was the first …
Up at 5.45 to catch a flight to Lanzhou in Gansu province. From the air the landscape looks hilly and predominantly brown, although the terraces and flat hill tops are clearly cultivated. Noodle soup for lunch, long noodles for long life, with accompaniments that include beef, cucumbers and hard boiled eggs. It is the first restaurant that we have …
For the second part of our trip to Xian, we began by eating breakfast in our hotel. Shortly after we got into a van an traveled to a poetry making facility where we got to see how the souvenir solders are made. In addition to clay they also sold rugs and some lacquered furniture. After a short trip we made it to the site of the terracotta solders. …
Today we might really early in the lobby at 4:30. We hopped a small van and we took it to the train station in Beijing. Here we took the train for a little more than five hours to Xian. Once we arrived at Xian, Bobo our tour guide picked us up and took us to lunch. After lunch, we visited a museum briefly and then checked into out hotel. Once we …
... museum. After lunch at the Museum, we started our exploration of this site and its thousands of life-size warriors and ...