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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... the day being told 'listen to me', 'you will do....' etc. although we rarely understood what she was saying! On a later tour we particularly liked being instructed 'you will go see pandas. You will enjoy.' Sarcasm was lost on her, so we enjoyed ourselves!
If you're feeling energetic you can cycle round the historic walled city of Xi'an. We managed to walk as far as the wall ;-P. Also ventured to the night market in the muslim quarter for a bit of variation in ...
... many large, beautiful towers spaced throughout the wall. The wall is probably 10-12 meters wide, so visitors are able to go on top of the wall and walk around the entire old city. Or, if you are a little more adventurous, like us, you can rent bicycles and ride the entire distance! To ride around the entire wall, it is roughly 9 miles. Considering how hot it was yesterday, along with the fact that we were riding along a very bumpy, uneven stone ...
... was snoring when we disturbed her and clearly keen to be sure she had some left for herself. For the full week ahead. So it was that we were shepherded by our lovely guide, Tian, into the restaurant before it closed for the afternoon. How could it be early afternoon and we still hadn't viewed the wonder we had come specifically to Xi'an to see? The wonder itself was a sight to behold and in itself is utterly magnificent. Sadly, the photos ...
I dreamt about an Xmas special film of Back to the Future. It had neither Marty or the Doc in it, but centered around some kids who needed to help Santa deliver his presents when the sleigh accidentally flew through a working ferris wheel at well over 88mph. As everyone knows a flux capacitor is nothing more than a minature ferris wheel sprinkled with pixie dust, and thus the sleigh was transported back in time. My brain clearly gave ...
... Han, Qin, Western Wei, Northern Zhou, Sui and Tang. The Chinese trace its lineage back even futher to the mythical Yellow Emperor who made Xianyang his capital (2200-1700 BC). Xi'an peaked during the Tang dynasty when its position at the eastern end of the Silk Road transformed it into a bustline metropolis, luring foreign merchants and faiths including Nestorian Christians, ...
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