Tianyu Gloria Grand Hotel Xian
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... exhibition a few months ago in Dublin and now he's really here! Bizaar. We get bothered by guides offering tours, it would probably be nice but their voices and accents are so annoying we have to say no. Tickets bought, 120 yuan, we jump on a buggy, sort of a golf car with 12 seats to the entrance.
Miriam decides we should visit the excavation pits from 3 to 1. One being the most spectacular. It's busy but not too bad and the sun is starting to come out. ...
... were 4 gates in the wall. The Dragon gate, the Turtle gate, the Phoenix gate and the Snake gate. Today there are 18 'gates' in order to move the traffic. The moat still exists and along the moat is a beautiful people's park and this morning we see people doing Tai Chi and exercising in the park. From the wall we next go to the Little Wild a Goose Pagoda. This is the site of a Buddhist Monastery from ancient times. There are trees in the garden ...
... air-conditioning so we perceived the whole waiting time like a never-ending torture, but at least Tezīs parents had local experience.
Fortunately our compartment was pretty good (later we will found out that it was actually amazing). It was expensive though since it cost USD 69 per person, not counting the commission charged by the agency. We had the entire compartment only for us. Everything was a bit squeezed there but at the same time very clean. We enjoyed the ride very ...
... different facial expressions, hair cuts and body shapes. It must have taken decades to build (and it did), and it's taking decades to piece it all back together. In the main pit you can see them putting the warriors and horses back together piece by piece which must be like the biggest and most difficult jigsaw puzzle in the world. It is a live demonstration of how painstaking the restoration has been and makes you appreciate the work involved. After a successful day out we ...
... kept the streets clear of the faces I typically avoid while walking around by myself. The ones that seem like they're about to offer you something if you make eye contact. I've only been in China for two weeks but I feel like I can spot em already. My legs are wet, my feet are wet and the rain isn't stopping but compared to the spot I was in just 30 minutes before, this is paradise.
Hanging out in Xi'an is making me wish that I had planned my time in China ...