Tang Cheng Hotel
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... it was still an interesting thing to see, and it was nice to sort of fantasize about a crazy emperor that could have demanded such a fantastic burial ground. Who knows?
After spending $30 on that, I went back to the city to see the Muslim quarter, where I got pushed around in a giant crowd for a few hours and had some soup with bread in it. This, evidently, was the promised soup from yesterday. It was pretty good. The children serving it were entertaining. They gave you ...
... said, 'we no speak Chinese' so that makes us even. They were very friendly and we pointed out something that looked good which was spicy pork and octopus with lots of vegetables. Fine with us, they offered pomegranate juice 'free of charge' and even made an effort to understand when I said 'meiwei' (good). They wouldn't accept a tip (we have encountered this in many places in China). All packed now and ready for the Chinese train ...
... to travel here. Once I did,it seem to have helped some. I won't be doing any more fruit without a hard skin, I’m sticking to bananas only and watch that carefully to see how that works out. I have been feeling rather tired and just exhausted. I don’t think I have been eating as well as I should. It’s hard to keep up with any kind of schedule out here and I was never good at that. I am already able to tighten my belt one ...
... comfortable, but also a bit cramped. Light went out around 10 and came back on around 7. It was definitely a much different experience from my 'soft sleeper' berth to Xi'an, I'm really glad that I brought ear plugs and an eye mask with me! My last day in Xi'an consisted of visiting the Drum and Bell Towers, biking around the Old City Walls, and sampling more food in the Muslim Quarter. Also, after visiting the Tomb of Emperor Jingdi (see my last post), ...
... is clean with a strong balance between a modern city and a city still maintaining it's roots.
The people - all so friendly.
Climbing Hua Shan was easily the highlight of the whole trip so far for me.
The food was lovely.
And getting to finally see the Stone Warriors
Hua Shan has already been posted about however here are the photos from the rest of our time ...