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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
Our wake up call was supposed to be at 7:00 a.m. I was already up long before then, but was waiting patiently for the phone to ring to really get going. By 5 after when it didn't I started to panic - I was afraid that the students didn't receive one either so I started calling myself. It was so funny - I called each room to wake them up and …
Xi'an, the ancient capital of China, 8-10 million people big and still growing. It just goes to show how the slightly smaller cities are very much still the big cities in China. Food has been such an important part of this trip and Xi'an has been no different in this. We've gone from instant noodles to local farmers noodles (massive long and thick noodles which are definitely more complex to eat). Then there's hot ...
... we would hang out at the hotel all day Thursday, then go to the mountain early Friday morning. Everyone was more excited because some people got a good view from their hotel window and they could see a part of the mountain, but not me, I was stuck with the great view of the parking garage and the dumpsters. I didn't mind it except for the smell when we opened our windows. We could go on the roof and get a clear view of the mountains. Once we ...
... t. 2 mins up the road he started bartering with us. No way were we going to pay over the odds. We got out & realised we didn't know where we were & the road led to a dual carriageway! Luckily a cab arrived & once one stopped another stopped to haggle too. Not sure what game these cabbies were playing. Anyway we got in it & had a hair rising journey through the back streets to our impressive hotel. It was late by the time we got there so went for ...
... for the most part, I have a little address card I keep in my wallet that I can show to others to have them be able to return me to 'home' if I get lost. It feels like I am living like a 3 year old when my mother put clips on my winter coat to attach my mittens to so I wouldn't lose them.
Being far from a major city like Beijing or Shanghai, it is so not westernized, and very few, I’d say perhaps 5 - 10% at most, speak even a few English words. So ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking