Orient Hotel Xi'an
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... waters. In the neighborhood surrounding the hotel is a large park, a shopping mall with a canopy that shows the four seasons on what looks to be HDL...it is gorgeous and puts all others to shame, a pedestrian walkway that takes you past statues showing the history of Xi'an, and the pagoda. We walked around this area and then over a bit to a large water display area to watch the dancing waters show. Think dancing fountains at the Bellagio in Vegas. It was ...
... eaten - pork dumpling was shaped like a pig and fish dumpling shaped like a fish. Very tasty and very clever, but we couldn't eat it all.
Once we finished dinner we sat back to watch the performance of the Tang Theatre. This was really lovely, dancing, singing and fascinating musical instruments from the Tang Dynasty of a thousand to seventeen hundred years ago. All very entertaining!
Tomorrow we have an early start as we are heading for Shanghai.
... sutras and figurines of the Buddha that were brought to China from India by the Buddhist translator and traveler Xuanzang. As you are aware when you travel to Asian countries you get hagglers that ask you to buy stuff. We'll this lady hit me up as soon as we got out of the bus to buy so kites from her. I said no and kept walking, we'll she followed asking if I wanted to buy postcards. We'll Viv and I had finished looking at the pagoda and surrounding grounds, so decided that I ...
... motorscooters - which are loaded down with at least 2 people and probably another 50 or 60 pounds of weight from assorted cargo. They drive as daring as fighter pilots on suicide missions - against traffic - even cutting off busses packed with riders. Its absolutely crazy. However, with all the traffic and honking and motor bikes and people we did not see ...
... way to the second stage, Jamie and I stopped to talk to her friends who were were supposed to meet up with. Their names were Austin, Renesme, and Minerva. We ended up getting separated and not seeing each other for the rest of the festival. The second largest stage was the "Love Stage", at which Jamie and I watched her favorite band the Second Hand Roses. The last and largest stage was the "Strawberry Stage", at which we watched a band called Soda ...