Tianyu Gloria Grand Hotel Xian
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Street vendors picked us out as western tourists (can’t think why with our big
noses and cameras hanging round our necks!) and continued to try to sell us
Rolex watches which last till you get to the airport, selfie sticks, and roller
wheels for speedy transportation. Wouldn’t
you think we are in the wrong age group to be rolling along the pavement with
pink roller blade wheels attached to our sneakers? Do your research guys and
... much more open-minded and even more willing to try new things. For as long as I could remember, I've always wanted to travel the world and I honestly can not think of a better place to start than China. What this trip has done for me, I honestly don't know how to put into words; it's indescribable. However, I can say this: now that this trip has unfortunately reached its inevitable end, there is one conclusion I can undoubtedly make; the world... is a much bigger place than ...
... on streets and squares. Chinese people are by nature shy, not encouraged from childhood to speak out or perform, constrained by customs, sometimes old fashioned habits and rigours. However in a group this is different. People of different age, physical condition, single or in couples join others in dancing in tact of somebody's music played from a portable audio devices. They look on steps of each other and mimic. Eventually it turns out as an unplanned show for tourists ...
... the "main course" if there was one, was a fish. Never got a lot of info on what kind of fish it was other than it was "recently deceased". My pan wasn't quite big enough to cook it in but they tried anyway.....skin, head and all. They even made a fish gravy that accompanied him in the pan. I have come to assume that a traditional Chinese meal includes using your chopsticks to dig into whatever dish is on the table and this meal was no ...
... Excavations yielded three pits and over 7,000 soldiers, archers and horses. Pit 1 contains the infantry; pit 2 (still being excavated) is filled with cavalry and soldiers; and pit 3 (partially unexcavated) seems to be the command center, with 70 high-ranking officers. Each warrior, originally colored with pigment and holding a weapon, has an indivdually crafted expression.