Xi'an Fukai Hotel
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... airport, it was time to say goodbye to 10 members of our group that were flying on to Shanghai. We also lost our tour director Susan, who would continue guiding the 10. She was very knowledgeable with a terrific personality. She will be greatly missed. We're headed to Chongquig tonight on a Air a China 6:35 pm flight, which arrived at 8:25 pm, 35 minutes late. Tonight we're staying at the Radisson Blu Hotel.
At 11 pm, we called it a ...
... enough) the Muslim Quarter has to be on the top of your list. The next tackle of the day was to find me some strepsils or something to help beat this cold. Off Bei Dajie we entered into the biggest pharmacy we'd ever seen. Could we read any of the signs or work out the labelling- no. Again out with the phrase book I pointed to 'common cold' and 'cough' and hoped for the best. We were sent downstairs and arrived into every drug junkies paradise. Both ...
We woke early and prepared with excitement for the day ahead. We were checking out early and loading onto a private bus for an all day excursion to see the Terracotta Warriors and the Han dynasty tomb. Both sites were truly amazing! The Han dynasty tomb had been discovered more recently when they were digging for the airport. This depicted a time of peace with smaller soldiers and artefacts which had been ...
11th Nov. and off to see the Terracotta Warriors. Ron wishes me to record that he didn't sleep a wink last night, ( that was obviously between the times when he was snoring heartily ).
Coco regaled us with many facts on our journey, which I will now regurgitate.
Emperor Qing started to have the Warriors, at least 8000, made about 200BC, at the same time having a huge mausoleum built nearby, so he'd be we'll protected in the afterlife. Each warrior is a replica of ...
... done by students, and when you purchase them, the money goes directly towards the artist's tuition.
The "highlight" of today's events was the concert with the kids. We went to an English school to play with the students, and then attend their anniversary celebration in the town park. It was, well, special. So special in fact, that I won't go into further detail.
Time for bed. Worn out.
Chris and Jeremy