Xi'An Yihe Palace Hotel
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... and was particularly relieved there was no bowls involved), and it was interesting to hear why the emporer had created them, how the majority had been burned by a local farmer because everyone hated the emporer and the spot where the farmers had dug the well that had made them aware of it. But, AGAIN - far too crowded, far too tacky (you could pay to get an autograph with one of the farmers who found it.. why?!) and there wasn't ...
... because a few kilometres away is the "small one". The seven storey ancient building is a land mark in Xi'an and is beautifully and lovingly maintained by the 40 resident monks. There is significant development in this precinct as Chinese Buddhist benefactors make significant contributions to new building projects. It is quite breathtaking to be in these rooms - the temple was built in 652 in the Tang Dynasty and it really is astonishing that the structure ...
... possibly by the time they did knock on the door we were dead to the world.
Yet another very busy but successful day in China. It is turning out to be such a great trip. We are cramming so much into each day and the group is working well. Have to admit though we are missing the four who have already returned home. Nexus have to be applauded. Everything they have organised has been great. I'd have to say it has exceeded expectations. Far exceeded.
... enjoying themselves. This has really been an enjoyable trip. Okay we are reflecting too much...time too go to bed!!
... Warriors on this same day but the weather made us change our plans. We didn't get up to much for the day after that.
The next day was dry and so we headed off with an Italian guy and his Romanian girlfriend to the Warriors museum. The Terracotta Army or the "Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses", is a collection of sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. ...