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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... may explain it. Cars, busses, pedal
bikes, motor bikes and electric bikes all go full belt and toot very loudly and
then make their own way to where ever they want to go. The bike riders wear NO
head protection and the bikes have no lights for night time.
Everyone and his dog ride the bikes which are ridden by
people of all ages. Riding on the back or in front of the driver of the bike,
are people sitting side saddle, toddlers, babies in arms, and even dogs. ...
... and start with Xi'an. If anyone of you reading this ever get the chance to go to Xi'an, go. It is a beautiful city filled with beautiful people. It's got parks and pagodas and a bus system that is extremely effective. It's got the Muslim Market (where I found my true calling- bartering) and the city wall. It's modern and ancient. It's unique. It's people are so nice and they all just want to talk to you, the foreigner, and they compliment you and take your picture and it can ...
For most people there's only one reason to go to Xi An, but it's a pretty good one.... the Terracotta Warriors!!
We arrived early morning after our overnight train and made a brief pit stop at our (very lovely) hostel before heading out in search of some warriors. Our extreme efficiency was promptly quashed by sleep deprivation, which only became apparent to ourselves an hour or so later when we discovered that the bus ...
... tang dynasty show. Good food, although Josh and i agreed that we're both more noodle than dumpling people. The dance and music performance was wonderful.
Josh's final thought for the night: "I liked the terra cotta warriors. They were very big." he's in bed with his kindle, in a robe and slippers provided by our hotel. Our legs are finally getting used to all the walking.
Tomorrow we're driving into the countryside to see something else before flying to ...
... I had found a new group of foreigners to run with though they were committed to completing the half marathon. We waited our turn and finally blasted off at about 9:30. I was feeling great the first 45 minutes. The air was crisp and the surrounding city skyline was an inviting site. Across the wall groups of people were gathered doing anything from handing out water, to traditional Chinese dancing to yelling "jia rou" and giving high fives. Because ...