Quest International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... latte. Leaving the Muslim quarter, we were taken to a famous dumpling restaurant for a banquet. We were served 16 different dumplings, all different shapes and flavours. Some were even shaped as ducks and rabbits! Although it was a novel experience, they weren't the greatest dumplings I have ever had. I would have preferred more BBQ! :-) On the way back to the hotel, we stocked up on my supplies for yet another train ride, but thankfully our last, the next ...
... over my shoulder at my text messages to get my number! Then he wanted to have his photo taken with us and the man he asked had been looking upon the ensuing situation with that look of sympathy on his face! I am standing on the platform asking aloud for Penfold to call so that I could extricate myself from this man who then decides to take my novel out of my handbag to look at what I was reading.
All the time mum ...
... around. We wanted to ride a tandem bicycle (which was hilarious watching other people try) but we were exhausted so just hung out for a while. That night we headed back to the Muslim Quarter, ate some delicious dumplings and other street snacks. We discovered a whole other crowded block we had missed the night before. I ate some sort of fried banana, and it was awesome. That night as we took a motorcycle cab back, Scott snuck a spectacular ...
... naturally than you could ever hope for ha ha. Even though I had pretty clear directions it was nice of this young woman to decide to take the time to lead me straight to my hostel and compliment me on finding the "only very interesting one." I thought so too ha- according to hostelbookers.com it had a great history in the area and was right by the South Gate so that's why I chose it ha. and they didn't lie! AWESOME location!
any who- so I took off almost immediately for the ...
... need) We filled ourselves up, wrapped up in coats and hats again we headed out into the hustle and bustle to buy bus tickets to take us to the Terracotta Warriors.
Boy was it busy! Hundreds upon hundreds of people with bags,boxes and bundles all going about their business. Buses, bikes and trikes were weaving in and out of each other, but all with heed for each other and pedestrians so we could also weave in and out of the traffic too! We ...
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