Tianyi Commercial Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... days of excavation, some enterprising people stole them to try to sell. Those who were caught were executed -- a pretty stiff punishment for stealing ancient artifacts, but apparently it got the message across since nobody's tried anything like that since. The added security probably helps, too.
The museum complex is huge, and it was absolutely jam-packed with people. It being a Sunday during peak season, the numbers were probably higher than usual. We ...
... saw the Buddha and many people praying to him. I was able to see Guan Yin (which is also my Chinese name). On Monday I ate some noodles with some cucumber and broccoli. I also tried to find a shirt for my family but couldn't find anything they liked.
This weekend I went on a trip to the countryside to go river rafting with my host family. The ride up was beautiful, and I love riding through tunnels (Anna H. please make fun of me for my love ...
... has splendid new motorways and bridges and large numbers of huge apartment buildings going up. Temperatures up to 20oC forecast through the week, and mostly eventuate, so it's rather exhausting, especially with the Golden Week crowds. Monday was first a shakedown in the hotel and then a wander around the grounds. Accor must have done some special sort of deal, because the 4 Accor hotel complex surrounds a lovely park with mature trees, fountains, fake but lovely waterfall ...
... to finally get to see them in real life. There are several pits you can view with pit one being the biggest and most impressive. It is really quite mind blowing the level of craftsmanship and the individuality of each solider and there is still a mammoth task to do to uncover the rest of the sight. Better still the sun decided to shine! Xi'an itself is a very cool city and I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting China. Parts are extremely cosmopolitan but it also retains ...
Sorry it has been a while since a posted blog entry. Busy times folks. There will be four more blogs following this one.
The day began at Chang'an No. 1 Middle School. Middle school in China typically means grades six, seven, and eight which is the case at CNMS. We were greeted by Principal Wang who runs the day to day operations at CNMS even though Principal Zhou is technically the man in charge. Principal Wang is very quiet, very humble, and simply a nice person. He ...