Shanxi Nanfang Hotel Daqing Road
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... noodles in boiling vats. Of course there were edible delicacies to be had with aromas wafting and blendin along the street. We stuck to packaged delights, just to be safe, but I'm sure thatconsuming food cooked in front of you would be just fine. The narrow alleys of the bazaar were very quite, possibly due to the light rain, but a couple of familiar faces from our visit last year, made time disappear. Not ...
... took 40 minutes to the wear gate. Driving up the hillside and thru a huge tunnel in the mountain. We then got the bottom of 360 steps to the first cable car. We got to the ticket office and all of us horrified by the price of 140 Yuan for the cable car. The cable car was 2.6 miles long and over 20 minutes. It was breathtaking, scary, phenomenal, an engineering feat, nerve racking, spectacular, high, steep, awe inspiring! The ...
... whale passing through, and the Milky Way. We kept staring at it in amazement, like big kids that we are.
The following day, we made our best purchase yet! 2 tea bottles (that everyone seems to walk around with) and some 2-in-1 coffee sachets. Since then, we have not left a hostel without them, absolute life savers for some of the 5am wake up calls we have had.
We then boarded our flight to the Jiuzhaigou lakes (which we still can't ...
... monsoon like
conditions we have been experiencing throughout the country. We had a bit of a
lazy start not heading out til nearly 11am following our wild night of The
Voice China viewing. Our first point of call was to head back down to the
Muslim Quarter to get better pictures and to visit the Great Mosque. Matt, having
specialized in Religious Studies at uni, was particularly fascinated by the
blend of Arabic and Chinese Architecture in the Mosque, which was ...
... menu, here are some dishes we didn't choose for our dinner:
We did enjoy a delicious beef stir fry with rice, and some tasty stir fried baby bok choi.
Here's our delicious dinner:
After our dinner we decided to call it a night. No early morning tomorrow, thank goodness!
Tomorrow in Xi'an: A trip to see the Terracotta Warriors!