Wan Nian Grand Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
Xi'An. The first day we started with the Terracotta Army and then watched an amazing Solar Eclipse, how much amazing impressions can you get in one day? More to follow...
After disembaring from our Yangtze River Ship, we explore Chongqing, the largest city in China with a population of 33 million. We visit the zoo to see their Panda Bears, then walk around some of the modern areas of the city. We seem to be the only non-Chinese people around as we watch the local people watching us! A late night flight takes us to …
Xi'an is a fascinating city - and is widely considered the historical capital of China, and certainly the historical focus point of the country for tourists. The city is over 2000 years old and served as the capital of a number of Chinese dynasties dynasties from 600AD to the 18th century, including the capital for the Tang Dynasty which we were told repeatedly was the time when China was as its empirical peak. The two days we spent here were almost entirely ...
... s note: Miss Mee is eternally grateful to Rob, Margaret, Kalli, Saryu and Maki for the moral support...and the not-so-scary view. Heights--yuk! You guys are the best! xx)
Matt was planning to tell you all this, but BCPS email seems to have decided that it's the last day of school....I'll post his thoughts ASAP! There's a bunch of pictures below, and more to come. We had a blast!
... 23665;东煎饼 (Shan dong jian bing) (vegetables and sauce wrapped in a crape) and a couple flat breads that had red bean or meat inside.
Nearby, there's the Muslim quarter which is a food/goods shopping area where you can bargain for prices. This is where I was able to buy many things for a great price! At first, I was a little intimidated since most of the store owners can speak/understand a good amount of English and once you state ...
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