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... Huang's mausoleum. Other terracotta non-military figures were found in other pits, including officials, acrobats, strongmen, and musicians. There are a total of three excavation sights which we would visit, but the first was the largest. It had to be a million square feet!
Viewing the Terracotta warriors was worth the trip to China on its own.
As we rode around Xi'ian we are stunned by the number of apartment houses ...
... tiny alleyways busting with shops and exotic foods we were happy again. First we brought the oh-so scrumptious new potatoes which have been boiled, fried in chill and garlic then presented in a tub with a wooden stick poking out- it's a thing of beauty. We did some shopping (Laura put her bartering face on) and we watched men battering halva with hammers the size of small children while others were 'pulling' dough which at times I swear nearly touched ...
... the mist concealed the true splendor of the vistas it was in all a sight poor to photograph but worthy of seeing.
The lunch we had was 'food of the people' and really basic Chinese fare. We had vegetables, chicken and potatoes in a soup and noodles all of which was very good. We sat outside by the river and ate, the dad having invited the foreman and head carpenter of his new house to eat with us. I had my first chicken foot (really ...
... well now sea delicacy CHICKEN in it so we ended up with fried calamari and a soup for people with a gastric band! Lovely soup but not enough for the piglet that I am. Walking the streets in China is always so interesting and I have developed a fascination for wedding dresses. Yes. I know this is a little odd but we have seen some of the most grotesque crimes against fashion and this coming from me is really saying something. What has astounded ...
... makes them using the same clay and process that they used in the original. We were able to watch them making the replicas, which was very interesting. The clay they use, after being fired for 7 days, has the feel of being made from bronze. They are very cool. We may have purchased a few for ourselves, but that cannot be confirmed at this time.
After having lunch, we went to an art museum. The artwork showcased traced the history of Chinese ...