Xi'An Yihe Palace Hotel
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... were; each face is different, each expression, each body shape, each height varies according to the uniqueness of each being. These were real men, real horses, all created and buried to preserve them for the emperor's protection in the next world, not, as I had thought, a ruse to save all their lives when the emperor died; it was their practice at that time to kill the whole army when the emperor died. When the figures were discovered they were in ...
... warrior and horse statues are truly
grand. For lunch, we walked a considerable distance to eat at a nice restaurant
that served buffet-style foods. Afterwards we went to the gift shop, and later
we ate free ice-cream. When we got back to school we watched the seniors
graduation ceremony which was very different than graduations in the United
States since there were dance numbers. Today was an adventurous day.
... look extraordinarily effortless. I'm afraid that our own attempts to join in were both a little feeble in comparison. Regardless of my discouraging sporting ineptitude, it was great to see so many smiling faces enjoying what we presumed to be a regular afternoon game in the park after work. Final thoughts on China We entered China with a full spectrum of our friends' opinions on the country ringing in our heads. As we prepared to leave we were pleasantly surprised with what we ...
... to hurry to the airport for the flight to Jiayuguan. We almost missed the flight because our guide was a little late getting to us and it was close. We made it, just barely and flew to Jiayuguan for the next leg of the trip. Xi'an is the beginning of the Silk Road. Our next stop is where the big fort built along the Great Wall, in the Gobi Desert, is located. I never thought I would ever see the Gobi Desert and now I am on my way there.
... city itself had its own charm, once you looked past the Apple and Samsung shop on every corner. A whole area is considered the Muslim Quarter, it's a bustling market area with about one hundred different types of street food. We like a bit of street food so we selected the best looking. Tash tucks into the potatoes, whilst Vicky snacked on the gyozas. When it was time to switch Vicky takes one bite of the potatoes and, mildly repulsed, asks Tash why she didn't mention ...