Wanjia International Commerce Hotel
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... it was perfect to be served an amazing meal at a nearby local home. All of the restaurants near the exit are overpriced and apparently not that great, so trying lots of dishes of delicious local food was just what we all needed for about £3 each. That evening food dominated the scene again as we trundled around the Muslim Quarter in the search of some tasty street food. I tried some spicy fried potatoes, beef and vegetable dumplings, unknown dried fruit (it's a ...
... which is very nice. We all made it back to the bus unscathed and headed off to our next destination to see the little terra cotta warriors. We are given so much information through the course of the day that it's hard to remember everything by the time I get to write this so not so many facts, just what we did and what we saw. The little terra cotta warriors is at this point a lesser known or less visited site. Thís emperor's tomb ...
... paw of a dog. I did get Tiger Balm but so passed on the centipedes, scorpions and dog.
After a couple hours to rest and get organized for tomorrow night's village stay, we headed to the Tang Dynasty Cultural show. We had 15 different kinds of dumplings and watched the show. Although it was hokey, the costumes were nice and the acrobats were very good. It was worth the time we spent there. Lots of laughter.
So, I am stuffed, packed, tired and totally stoked about the ...
... say feast of local Chinese food. The dishes were all vegetarian.......chinese dumplings, fried rice, egg and tomato, mushroom and veggies and some sort of noodle hot-pot. All the dishes had a delicious mild flavor. The Jasmine tea was lovely and light on the palate. I had the local pomegranate juice which was thick like syrup, but not too sweet...delicious! This area is renowned for growing pomegranate trees.
... looking from the outside at night when they are glistening in their lights. Maybe I am just getting a little used to seeing ancient Chinese buildings and they don't hold the wonder any more.
We then headed to the Muslim Quarter to do some of our shopping. I am hopeless. I hate engaging the vendors in negotiation and then not buying so I ended purchasing some stuff at the first stall I came to. I did bargain and was quite happy with the price I paid, ...