Tang Cheng Hotel
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... the tables in the long corridor joining the bunks are filled with Ferrero Rocher. HAHA just kidding I mean instant noodles of course. The only drawback is the early arrival time into Xi'an, which sees us wandering around the streets by the city's South Gate in the dark looking for our hostel after our taxi driver gives ...
... like a small red potato. No one had any clue as to what was wrong, but we ruled out a fracture. I was taken to the hospital for the first time in this sags. All the doctor did was x-ray it. The next hospital splinted it using a cut syringe. In the meantime doctors and my family back home were frantically trying to get me antibiotics. The American doctors realized it was infected (thanks Madelyn's dad). On Saturday I went to the hospital again (the third time in the saga). ...
... City walls we have seen, the mass of the wall is made of rammed earth with brick and stone facings. Two hours did not allow much time for stops in the 28C heat, luckily there was some breeze up on the wall but we needed water and an ice cream when we got back to the South gate. Lucky timing meant we saw a traditional dance display and military exercise by people got up in (I think) Ming era costumes and military uniforms. Great fun when the formal display was over as ...
... It is said there once was a river of mercury that ran through it. C'mon, you know you have always wanted to be buried in a structure with a flowing river. One must drink in the afterlife, right? After he assumed the throne and became the first emperor of a unified China, Qin had government laborers begin working on his mausoleum. His tomb alone is larger than a soccer field and resides underneath a pyramid shaped mound of dirt. The Terracotta Army was not buried in the tomb ...
The Xi'an washing machines did a beltin job of stretching (sideways!!) most of the clothes we put in the wash but they seemed to dry to a reasonable standard! For 90p a wash though, can't complain! Had a mooch around the streets of the former capital of China on our first day here - nice place. There is more of a relaxed feel to it than Beijing but is still huge, housing over 10 million people. A few more observations....crossing the road = HARD!! The best tactic is get ...