Wan Nian Grand Hotel
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... ancient philosophy, history and religion. Its grand architectural style and profound cultural connotation give an insight into the practices of the ancient Eastern civilization. The temple is made entirely of wood, without a single nail. It was magnificent.
The park is also a gathering place for both young and old where they exercised by partaking in Tai Chi, danced, played hockey puck, cards, crocheted, Maj ...
... time to consider what to do. Eventually we decided that the best idea was just to move hostels, get that over with and then decide what to do with the day. So we packed up our stuff, put on the bag's rain covers and macs for us and strode out into the pouring rain. It's actually surprisingly cold here at the moment, and it was a long, wet, cold walk in the rain to our new hostel - about 1.5kms. It may not sound like far but ...
Every travel brochure for China includes a reference to the terra cotta warriors of the first Qin emperor. For many of the students this was the top attraction they wanted to see and it served as a foundation for some of their projects. Could the actual site live up to such an introduction.
Only about an hour from Xian the museum is an expansive compound surrounding the three archeological pits and a separate building serving as a museum for ...
We found our hostel quite well considering that our instructions on how to get there were pretty vague and the roads were not properly signposted! We were pleased to find that our room was a pretty good size and had a very nice bathroom. We discovered that our hostel was more like a hotel and was aimed at westerners, even having a coffee shop chain attached to it that did western style food. There was a down side to this as it meant that it was pretty ...
Wow, basically we have been scooped up by the mother of a friend of Juliet's. and her brother is a business/government figure in Xi'an. They had been incredibly gracious - private cars with drivers, feasts, and showing us a China that few Americans see. Let me back up a bit to the Great Wall before we left Beijing. Note: I will keep the images in chronological order. The Great Wall was all that it was storied ...