Gaosu Shenzhou Hotel
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... lots to see.
We try to figure out what the different foods are, what's sweet and what is savoury. We had heard of the chinese hamburger so decided to queue up for a taste, it was yummy. Made from a small flowery round bread filled with stewed beef, you have the choice to add spices or not. Cliona opted for without but could have done with some tomatoe ketchup!
We walk past girls smashing walnuts open, quell eggs being fried, all sorts ...
... eternal drive back- 3 hours - thanks to traffic and having to drop ze Germans at another museum we're now back in the hotel planning our next trip to Luoyang! We went for a walk in our area to find a place to eat- and passed by a few squares where women were dancing- there's a leader that they follow. Not like Chengdu where they do the waltz and the men join in. We finally found a restaurant that looked cozy 'we no speak ...
... cities, mighty rivers and finally arrived in Xi'an at the end (or the beginning....) of the Silk Road, and that's just in China, a remarkable variety of scenery and culture and a melting pot of religions and ideas.
So, here we are in Xi'an, the first city that we have been to previously. Last time it took us half a day to buy a railway ticket, we ate greasy fried eggs with chopsticks, accommodation was basic and it was freezing cold. Today it is still 35 degrees at ...
... on the side of the highway. This town is a pretty clear example of China's sudden rise to modernity, with one attraction as a way to fame, tall but empty apartment buildings, and so many people looking for work.
At the Terracotta warriors museum, there are 3 pits that are open to the public and a museum to see artifacts and learn the history of the site. I was shocked to learn that the Bing Ma Yang were only discovered in 1974 by a group of farmers attempting ...
... 40 years since they were discovered and there is still a lot to do! As you walked towards the back of the pit, there were sections where the archaeologists were working - all their tools were scattered around and part made Warriors and horses were standing like 3D jigsaw as waiting for their missing pieces to be found and fitted.
The Warriors certainly didn't disappoint - impressive, important and ongoing .......!!!