Le Garden Hotel
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The restaurant didn’t disappoint. We had chicken and beef
with super-hot beans and rice and shared a huge bowl of dumpling soup. Fantastic.
Best and cheapest food yet.
By then it was raining so we walked to the Bund and got a
bus back to the hotel. We checked out the view from the top story of our hotel
on the 27th floor in the revolving restaurant but the pollution is bad today
and it is raining so not all that great.
... in school has motivated me to keep working hard so that I can be what I want to be in life.
One of the reasons I came to China was to learn more about the Chinese language and I did that and a lot of new things. I also had a lot of fun whenever we would go on field trips because it was another chance to see new places and to learn new things. This trip was really fun! I love China!!!
For the past week or so, my host mom has been ...
... goes wild, AHHHH! HaHa sorry they have noodles all the time over here since Xi'an is known for them. After I got back from lunch a group of us played ultimate Frisbee with the teacher Alex. We then had Tai Chi class after that, he started with the regular exercises then changed it to practicing Kung Fu. Watch out parents your kid may come home a Jackie Chan! After that we had some free time but then we went to an English Class to ...
... just over from the hotel which serves Hans beer (brewed by TsingTao - think they own almost all the beer brands over here) for around 50p! Though it is very difficult to order cold beers - apparently the Chinese believe it is not good for you?!?!? Dinner was a smaller affair as we were all still pretty full from lunch, but the beer was cold and the food was good - very classic Chinese fare that we get back home with a few additions, such as deep fried ...
... and many fruit and vegetable seeds, including pomegranate and grape, that didn't grow here previously. We passed a number of pomegranate orchards just outside Xi'an.
The morning began with driving through insane traffic to get to the city wall. Like other walled cities we've seen, this one was built very well for defense - including an inner and outer wall, a moat, doors that open onto corners for archers with the perfect width between walls ...