Quest International Hotel
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... would be really close to the peak. The first one we saw got us really exited that we were close to the top. The next seven or eight sets of four green characters got us less excited and more annoyed with Condon for falsely promising an end to our hike. At one point we saw a sign that said we were at the peak and got super exited, but then realized it was just an oversized rest stop that wasn't the peak at all.
All drama aside it was really rewarding to make ...
... just a small fraction of the actual site. The largest pit is about the size of a football field, if not bigger, with one end lined with rows of soldiers. The middle is still being painstakingly excavated and the end is the work area for the archeologists. There are meticulously piece tough tether these striking characters. It is hard to believe that after forty years, they are still working on this huge ...
... and attach them all back together, they must have plenty of patience. There were 4 types of soldier: General, Archer, Cavalry men and Infantry of which they have uncovered over 8,000 soldiers and 130 chariots.
Pit 3 was the command post and had all the high ranking officers in there. What was funny was that they had not all been completed as the emperor had died before they could all be finished, so there were soldiers with horses in front of them without ...
... both the amazing history and the recent efforts to piece it all back together. Only one complaint as with most other tourist spots in China: way, way too many people! Despite the upset stomachs, we still had an awesome time in Xian and loved the Terracotta Warriors. Our next destination is the spice region of China, Sichuan and the capital Chengdu. Just got to make it there with a 16 hour train ride starting at 4am. At least we have sleepers this ...
... make room for these carts, we hadn’t noticed that two more carts had lined up behind the first one, and that we were in for round two and three. The second cart began its push towards its opposing partner when it was stopped. The lady pushing the cart gave it a few more nudges before leaning left and peering around the cart to find the source of the barricade. I followed her eyes down to see one of the nice guys we had previously been talking to, sitting on his bucket, ...