Xi'an Fukai Hotel
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... to the Quarter to find dinner. We were craving veggies, since the Chinese seem to subsist on meat and carbs, using veggies mostly as a garnish. We found a place were we could order a platter of snow peas stir fried with garlic. We ordered a second veggie dish that turned out to be lightly pickled - not bad but once was enough.
One difference between here and Pingyao is the lack of dogs. Pingyao had a lot of small dogs roaming the streets, dodging in and out of ...
... Chinese also gave him a hard time for talking to me). Uuugh! Groups! We finally arrived at the Terracotta Museum and started at Pit 3, which had a few pieces but was quite small. You can tell who was a commander or higher in rank by the hairpiece, the armour and if the shoes curled up. Pit 2 was not as interesting because everything was covered up but they had a few pieces on display but the grand finale was pit 1. Here you got ...
... was okay. I wanted to go into a history museum, but because it was free the queues were ridiculous. I did actually queue (in blazing heat) for a while, but by the time I approached the front they announced that they'd finished giving out morning tickets and I'd have to wait another 2 hours before they started dishing them out again. I decided it wasn't worth it.
I stayed up to see the world cup final. Ended up ...
Good morning everyone! I'm writing this while having breakfast in the dining car of an overnight train from Xi'an to Chengdu. The trip is almost 16 hours long, which means I had a good sleep AND still had plenty of time to update the blog. The train is passing hillside towns and rice terraces, it's pretty amazing scenery. I had no idea what breakfast was when I ordered it, other than that eggs were somehow included. Unless you are fluent in Mandarin, ...
... for our flight to Xi'an. I can recommend airport security. Our party all were selected for "personal screening" at the airport. Ben had a female security officer who did a very thorough pat down including some very intimate contact. Don;t be too concerned , after a cold shower Ben was fully recovered and ready to go.
We arrive at Xi'an around 5.00pm and are collected by our new guide Stella and transported to our ...