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We arrived in Yannan quite late in the afternoon but with enough time to go and visit the Revolutionary Museum, an impressively large building, and the Wangjiaping Revolutionary Headquarters where Mao and Co. lived and worked in the late 1940s. We saw the rooms where he and Zhou Enlai lived which I was impressed by. The museum was a huge ( …
Even though we were leaving Xian that night on the sleeper train to Beijing, we had plenty of time to visit the Bell Tower and then cycle around the city walls. Unfortunately, what might have been sweeping views of Xian's four major avenues were limited by the hazy smog that hangs over the city. As it was I managed to get some nice wide-angle shots of the Tower and its winged roof and then used the new app on my phone to take a remote photo of Wendy and I with the ...
... us opted to go back to get the cable car down, while some of the braver ones lined up for the toboggan. It was then when we had finished trying to get as many deals as we could in the stalls that we drove back to the airport where we got our plane to Xi'an.
However, there was one surprise waiting for us when we got to the airport, as we were checking our bags on the walkway above the arrivals gate, a bright light went off and then the ...
... X'ian was the original capital of China. Evidence of human occupation dates back over 3000 years, including relics of bronze bowls, swords, etc. The first dynasty , the Qin Dynasty started in China - ie the first unification of China. The museum traced history though 4 Dynasties with avert comprehensive record and artefacts of their history, X'ian is also the start of the Silk Road, the route to the west, which went as far as middle Europe an Nth Africa. ...
... us we managed to eat 60 of them, but that was by eating much more than we would usually have done.
After lunch we had time for a short sleep in the hotel, before we were taken to the Ming city walls of Xi’an. We had an hour there, and managed to cycle the whole way round. Unfortunately due to the smog there wasn’t much to see, but it felt good to do some exercise. Next we went to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is part of a working Buddhist temple. ...