Tang Cheng Hotel
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... are loud. Westerners are still enough of a rarity that we are starred at. I think they stare at Terry for her weird fashion sense. Chinese love sweets and fruit. You see them walking down the street eating watermelon on a stick or ice cream. The streets are clean as they have a lot of street sweepers walking around picking up. I have not seen the little children here publicly urinating on the sidewalk as I did in Beijing. Xi'an seems to be a friendlier place than ...
Today we visited the Goose Pagoda in Xian, a 700 year old structure which is now the centrepiece for a modern park with cafes, shops and a fantastic fountain display. We then finished off the day by lying about our ages, hiring bikes and cycling round the city walls. We have now spent a week in China living in the big cities, are beginning to get the hang of things and are enjoying ourselves. Neither the hotel in Beijing or here in Xian have been noisy which was a surprise ...
... had on her. I did get a photo of her but it wasn't that great. She was a funny little lady and very good for a laugh. Then it was onto dinner. We had dinner at this restaurant that specialised in all types of dumplings. There were fish dumplings that looked like gold fish, pork ones that also looked like the face of a pig, cabbage, seafood ones. Then we got a lovely show full of dancing and music. We then finally made our way to our hotel, we are staying at the Golden Flower Hotel by ...
... be shaped like a chicken - for pork the dumpling wouold be shaped like pig....you get the idea... Denise and I decided not to go - we like to walk the neighborhoods and hit the local restaurants. Well this night Buddha's revenge hit me - well actually it was the opposite of what you might think. I guess it was the change in my diet from all the rice and ...
... that I have been fully introduced to the extremes of Chinese fashion. Outside the astounding amount of high heel looking shoes, the one thing I will always remember is the T-shirts with crazy English sayings. I actually had a student come up to me last week to ask me what his shirt said. Paraphrasing due to the cuss words on the shirt, it basically read "lower east side swagger". I just told him it means he is really cool and I think he ...