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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... We rang it three times and that is going to bring us life time happiness. We will just have to wait and see about that.
For dinner we tried a Mongolian Hot pot dinner. This was different from others I have had at home. One, everything is cooked in boiling water, then you drink the water, which is now a broth, at the end of the meal. I am not a fan of boiled food.
After returning to the hotel, we went with our guide on a Neighborhood walk to ...
... locks clipped to the metal railing. Luckily it's was down hill from west to north, it was a long way! The cable car down cost 80 yuan each, then 20 yuan for the bus back, then 32 yuan for the bus back to Xian. The bus on the way back is a double decker and we have the front row at the top so got to see all the crazy Chinese driving at night with no lights! Occasionally as a real treat our bus driver just switched his lights off to join ...
... well as being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world. One of the last stops for today was the Wild Goose Pagoda. This is a Buddhist pagoda located in southern Xi'an, Shaanxi province, China. It was built in 652 during the Tang Dynasty and originally had five stories, although the structure was rebuilt in 704 during the reign of Empress Wu Zetian and its exterior brick facade was renovated during the Ming Dynasty. One of the pagoda's many functions was ...
... as traffic in Xi'an is outrageous (actually every city in China has bad traffic) but it seems in Xi'an the roads are so congested - there are 8 million people in Xi'an - New York City's traffic is tame by Xi'an standards. People are scurrying in every direction and speaking of direction the only way for traffic to flow is simply the way you want to go - ...
... well known and relatively obscure. The festival had three different stages, with performances going on on all three at once at some points. Most of the concert-goers stood around the stage, wearing mostly wearing a combination of orange bandanas and fake tattoo sleeves. Others sat on blankets, or around their little tents if they were staying overnight. The smallest stage was the "Xi'an Stage". We didn't watch any of the acts on this stage. Before we ...
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