Tianyu Gloria Grand Hotel Xian
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here is the two bronze chariots with horses and driver. These are behind glass. It was super hard to get pictures. The signs all said no flash, but everyone was flashing like crazy which caused terrible glares. But I did prevail. We spent three hours here and it did not seem like it.
After lunch we headed to a traditional Chinese store area, mostly medicinal. This is actually a wholesale area for doctors, etc.; they had all sort of herbs, roots, and critters. Worse was seeing ...
... that each finished warrior is a miracle. And imagine what secrets the next pit could hold. Imagine what might be found in the Emperor's mound? A great afternoon! We rounded out the evening with a dumpling banquet and the Tang Dynasty Show. It was a relaxing and entertaining show and we enjoyed the fun of sampling so many different tastes in the banquet. We were feeling on a high as we headed towards Mr Shin for the ride home ....and so the story began! Pedometer total; 7 719 Temperature: 28 ...
... how long the flight was but it felt the same as a flight from Townsville to Brisbane. I ended up watching a movie on my iPad. We got some food on the plane it came in this cool little box, it was chicken and rice. I was the last person off the plane as I was sitting right down the back. Getting our bags was a lot quicker at this airport. We then went to have lunch, at this airport restaurant. It was a whole heap of dishes and we helped our selves. The food was really quite nice. ...
... back to the muslim quarter (again!) so we could see it at night. we finally bought some dried kiwis (which turned out to smell and taste like poo). We also tried a couple of local delices - a sweet potato donut filled with a sharp jam and some walnut cake which was gross. It looks like fudge but its got a powdery texture - wierd!
We headed home ready for an early start in the morning.
... in a few weeks. This population is a remnant of the arab and central asian communities that travelled east on the silk road. The muslim quarter in Xian is famous for its food - so we spent the afternoon eating all kinds of delicious (fried mostly) bread, meat, herb and pastry concoctions - delicious but you can almost feel your arteries clogging up as you eat them!
In the evening we ...