Tang Cheng Hotel
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... it was discovered that the foundations of the pagoda are somehow curved to cope with this sort of movement. The engineering back then was pure genius. Lunch today is a buffet including drinks. This means beer which puts a big smile on lots of faces. The food was quite nice and I believe the beer was very welcome by a number of the group. After lunch we go to the Muslim area commonly known as Food Street. It's quite crowded and we are given ...
... around the grounds. Even
though a monk got mad at me for taking a picture of him, it has still cool to
see a real monk. We even saw small rooms that only had space for one bed, which
is where I assume that the monks live. There were also wooden carvings that
followed the life of Buddha. These wooden carvings covered walls of a building
and in each building there was another portions of his life. The carving were
very artistic and it was an interesting way ...
... And that at least one team of warriors seems to be on permanent world tour.
The evening held a treat. We had a very special dinner at The Tang Dynasty, a theatre restaurant with an incredibly good performance of song, dance and traditional music accompanied by a large Chinese orchestra. Wow! And note the banner over the stage…
We all pretty much fell into bed on our return to the train late that evening after a busy and very memorable ...
... in keeping us cool. A bit into the race we lost two of our favourite members of the group, Hayley and James who were going on a boat cruise before Shanghai. The race had to go on, I call it that but it wasn't really, not until the home stretch. We got near the end and the other group at the front, Kim and Alan had to stop as their chain on the bike came loose. So it was Dan and me at the front. There were loads of ramps to ride up and then back ...
... quite dramatically, as Tianjin totally flat, then we flew over steep tree-covered mountains, then bare mountains, all with a huge mountian range off in the far distance with snow covered peaks. I will figure out what they all were eventually, but not sure yet.
When we got closer to Xi'an there were acres and acres of stepped hills all being cropped, and then the plains were all cropped as well. Quite ...