Tianlong Commercial Hotel Xian
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... went to the museum itself to see the warriors. To date, four main pits and the emperor's tomb have been excavated, with the findings painstakingly restored piece by piece like the world's most frustratingly impossible jigsaw puzzles. The bodies were all mostly alike for each type of warrior, being made with giant molds. The heads were all hand-made though, and fairly unique. Some of the warriors were headless, not because the heads hadn't been found, but because in ...
... stop was a cultural town. I bought a bird whistle. You fill the whistle in order for it to work. Finally the bus ride back to school was delayed because Mr. Condon got the time wrong.
On Saturday I started the day by going out to eat. I had tofu, fish, rice, and some soup. After lunch, I went to ComicCon. A lot of people were dressed up as Manga characters. On Sunday I went to the Giant Goose Pagoda. I climbed all the way to the top and was able to take a lot of ...
... also steel ourselves for the 65th anniversary of the Revolution and Golden Week which starts on Wednesday. The cunning plan has been to book ourselves into a very nice Accor hotel, bang in the centre with a swimming pool, so we can just hide if the heat and crowds get unbearable. Taxi in from the airport a large Audi which swallows our luggage, seat belts even ... bloody expensive, seemingly taking us into the city centre via Tibet, very scenic though. X'ian is big - 8 ...
... a rouse to keep us on the meter. It turned out that the taxi driver had called the hostel and was waiting for them to come and collect us and even stood in the rain holding an umbrella over me which was incredibly kind. The hostel owners were very sweet and we even managed to have a short conversation via google translate. When we were dry and warm and had caught up on some sleep we felt much more human again. We did eventually make it to the terracotta warriors the next day and I ...
... It was a good experience.
After this we returned to our hotel and had free time to explore the town and finishing ready to take the overnight train to Suzhou. The overnight train was an experience, 6 beds, 3 bunks either side and a small gap in between with a storage overhead for bags which we had to fight with to try and get our luggage up.... Not a good place to be if your claustrophobic!