Tianyu Gloria Grand Hotel Xian
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... them than I ever that I would be able to. Another incredible day and another dream fulfilled. Bejing tomorrow, another early start, we have to leave before the restaurant opens so we get a breakfast take out box. I just hope there's no bloody chickens feet in it! Time is going too fast now, slow down, I don't want to come home. ...
... yards, schools, office car parks all are grain covered with workers racking out the chaff and turning the grain to dry it. The trip to see the Terra-cotta Warriors was interesting, nice to have a guide to answer the questions. Although we were early and the car park seemed empty the viewing galleries were soon packed with Chinese tour groups. The afternoon was overcast and the day not so hot so off to visit the Great Wild Goose Pagoda, ...
... included pork, fish, ham, vegetable, tomato, plus others - loved it....We each had a quota of 18 dumplings, but I had about 30.....someone had to finish them We continue to be amazed at the value of our holiday. All meals, accommodation, guides, transport, including all airfares from Sydney, and internal flights, entry to shows, exhibits, taxes, are included in the cost....incredible value. Tomorrow we leave X'ian for Yichang and the Yangtze River ...
... overcome water nobility really!
After this, we visited the Ming Tombs which I found to be massively disappointing. We didn’t visit the Sacred Way, as we didn’t have time, and just visited the tomb of an emperor. I think we were all expecting a bit more, but it was just a couple of buildings really – the Chinese have too much respect for their emperors and the dead to go digging up the tombs.
We returned to Beijing, and this is where the ...
After Jiuzhaigou the next stop on our China tour had to be Xi'an, the former Imperial capital and home to the famous terracotta warriors. As this was also on Maria and Jorg's route then we decided to once more travel together.
Though the nearby terracotta warriors are obviously the main draw for tourists coming to Xi'an there are lots of things to do within ...