Tang Cheng Hotel
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... one (always go for the official taxis - the ones in green) and told the driver where we wanted to go. To our dismay, he said that a storm was coming in and it would be wiser to climb in the morning instead.
But then, we suddenly remembered reading on TripAdvisor that taxi drivers often try to discourage hikers from climbing at night – citing bad weather and a host of other reasons. If you agree to postpone your ...
... After that we went to the Tomb of Emperor Qin, except that you can't really because it hasn't been excavated. Qin united China, joined various defensive walls to make them Great, and encouraged the Silk Road (which apparently originated in Xi'an). According to legend, he also got buried in a massive city, with 700,000 vassals, on a pool of mercury. And also formations of whole terracotta armies. What we visited is a rendition of his tomb. Then we went to a jade ...
... him on a bunk. He looked worried. (LOL) Cant work out why. After all I'm a wee lad.
When he found out we were moving out. I thought he was going to cry with relief.
We got changed and walked out to a Noodle Kitchen for some lovely food. It was amazing. No English spoken so what we were expecting to eat at this point was a lottery. We were right outside the Kitchen. So £3 later for our 2 meals we were full.( ...
After a relatively leisurely morning (ie not up at 6 a.m, didn't need to leave hotel till 9:30) we drove 45 min to the airport in Xian for our flight to Chongqing. Before we did though, Cathy gave us a little more insight into Chinese culture. Marriage, for example. Cathy is in her early thirties. She told us that in her grandparents' generation, marriages were arranged, and the bride and groom didn't lay eyes on each other till their wedding day. In her parents' ...
... point of asking where we were going, and telling us when to get off. Our first stop was the drum tower. There are actually two towers downtown, the drum and the bell tower. They are quite close together but far enough apart to be two distinct buildings. We paid the entrance fee, did a quick tour, and heard a drum performance in the drum tower before heading the Muslim quarter. So, ...