Gaosu Shenzhou Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... that they can prevent this. It really was awe inspiring, and so far the highlight of the holiday. From here we went to a local farmers house for another buffet style lunch with some amazing dishes -deep fried crispy mushrooms, tofu, and an aubergine dish to name a few. All topped off with pomegranate rice wine - shots at lunchtime is not a good idea!! But I had chance for a snooze on the bus to the next museum which was similar to the Warriors in that it was ...
... how caring they were. I love them so much and I will never forget them. They provide me with so much more than I could have asked for and I hope that one day I can come back to Xi'an visit them and everyone else that I have met here. I don't want to go home.
When I came to China, I was expecting to improve my Chinese. That was my one expectation. What I didn't expect was to gain a new twenty-two person family, a Chinese home ...
We are now at the airport after having been dropped at the airport by our faithful companion for the past 10 days, our guide, Jamyang. He gave us a prayer Mandala for us both and a CD with Tibetan music for me- so thoughful. We gave him a small Delft Blauw dish and our guide book and tip. We have his email address so we can send him our pictures. Few times in my life I've felt sad to leave a place, and ...
... evaporates to the chalky shade seen in my photos. Nonetheless, we were quite awed by the sheer power each figure exudes and consider that no two are alike. The Emperor demanded that each figure be in the likeness of the worker. The ride back to Xi'an was easy and entertaining watching drivers of a variety of vehicles dodge in and out of the traffic while trying to advance onward. Tomorrow we head to Beijing on our last domestic plane trip. ...
... the Judge delivers a karate chop to the back of your neck and the next thing you know you're being served up as Peking Man with some hoisin sauce.
I've wanted to spend a year travelling since I finished my degree at Imperial, summer 2005. At the time commitments didn't allow. When I was 'studying' for my PGCE at Kings I decided I would definitely be travelling after I'd finished my NQT year, summer 2010. As you know this didn't ...