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... After that we had some drinks and Ricarda ordered a milkshake which turned out to be an ice cream. In the bed we talked much too long and were very tired the next morning although the beds were quite comfortable and soft.
Next morning after a this yummy breakfast I mentioned our driver and guide picked us up at the hotel. Both looked a bit surprised that we wanted to take our suitcases with us. After some difficult discussions we finally found out that we would need ...
... 4-5 storie buildings all connected, but barely any people. About 1/3 of the shops were closed (or more) and there were probably more buildings and cars than people. It was weird. So I found this cheapish hotel and I've just been relaxing. Tomorrow, I think that I'm going to the Nanxi River. If I have time, I'll also drop by the Rice Mirrors.
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... to the 10th century. The center of the city is surrounded by an old stone wall and moat. Inside the city center there is a mix of old and new. One unique thing about Xian is that it is home to a large population of Chinese Muslims. The Muslim Quarters is a Muslim neighborhood of tight alleys filled with people and homes. The homes are stacked on top of each other and practically crumbling down, yet every home is on top of a garage which ...
... flight with a two hour layover
Atlanta, Georgia to Tri-Cities - one hour flight
I think this is 30 plus hours of travel. Keep in mind that we crossed twelve time zones during this travel. We ate so many meals at so many different times that I can remember what I ate when. Welcome jet lag!
We were so happy to see the Tri-Cities Airport. Homeward bound!
... worth it. When we got out of the hotel we all thought that the sun was rising already and that we were going to miss it so we went really fast up to the peak and ended up getting some really good viewing spots. We were really early, but a whole bunch of other people came after us and it got really crowded so I was happy we were at the front. I went with maybe a fourth of the group and took the cable car down; my stomach was feeling a little icky and my knees were hurting ...