Xi'an Fukai Hotel
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... it really is an amazing site. We walk around the perimeter, snapping photos and admiring each warriors uniqueness. The front of the army has been amazingly put back together, nearly everything had been found broken and in pieces. As we walked down we could see where they were working, warriors with hands wrapped in foil, headless and body parts being reassembled. The work that has gone into this is amazing. We make a whole round of the pit, alot of warriors are ...
... 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 ...
... dug up the devil. Somehow the water authority folks heard about it and came to investigate. The rest is history, as they say! The farmers were relocated and got no compensation until about 20 years later when the magnitude of their discovery was realized. Then they contacted them all and they have since become famous. Even today, one of them was signing the guide books in the museum store!. Archaeologists have known about Emperor Qin and his burial plans for ...
... turns out it was like sheep fat and it was like jelly texture. From there we strolled back to the hostel and chilled out for the afternoon, trying one of the lovely pizzas they have on the menu.
We sat and chatted to an Aussie and Swedish girl both travelling alone and shared experiences so far which was good. Having planned to go visit the Pagoda in the evening we got ready and went and jumped on the bus at the end of the street. It cost us 1 yuan each, 10p, to ...
... locals, it turned out that the bus we needed didn't go from there at all, so after a quick lunch we decided to walk to the road we thought it was on. Hmmmmm, walking for 20 mins in that heat was brutal, and we were drenched with sweat, so eventually we got a taxi to take us there.
The Banpo Site is a typical Neolithic matriarchal community of the Yangshao Culture dating back about 6,000 years. At that ...