Le Garden Hotel
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... still being excavated. Pit 3 contains 72 warriors and horses, which is believed to be the army headquarters due to the number of high-ranking officers unearthed there. Nearby is a Chariot Exhibition. Almost as extraordinary as the soldiers is a pair of bronze chariots and horses unearthed just 20 metres west of the tomb of emperor, Qin Shi Huang. It was certainly an amazing thing to see this unearthed spectacle. It has been heralded the eighth wonder ...
... All I did there was try to make something that didn't look like a pile of gray mud....I failed. After that we went to this place with a bunch of stores and food shops. It was cool. I bought an umbrella hat and a book of Mao's quotations (the little red book) as a joke for a friend. Then we all went to the bus....except for Kevin. He was a half hour late and everyone was about ready to kill him. After that we went back to school.
... in vinegar, oil dressing Cucumber, chilli oil dressing-very crisp Buckwheat tea Hans beer, 600 ml, 4%, I like it a lot, Danke Deutschland for briefly stealing a small coastal slice of North-East China in the 19th century and founding the Tsingtao brewery. Record breaking value dinner - Y82 Walked 8 K Swam 400m Thursday 2 October After another heroic breakfast (including my scoffing a whole Dragon fruit, something I have wanted to do for a while, and the Boss keeping faith ...
... who had them made supposedly to protect him in the afterlife or perhaps to help him continue to rule after death. It must have been backbreaking work but don't worry, the workers were all rewarded after the army was complete with many, many years of rest i.e. they were executed!
Lunch was fantastic - my first experience of sweet and sour chicken Hong Kong style but made in China. The food here is certainly better than we get from the local ...
... at this point is that government laborers mass produced the soldiers, assembly line style, using eight different molds. Clay was then added TO EACH FIGURE INDIVIDUALLY TO MAKE IT LOOK ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE FROM ANY OTHER. The soldiers are life-sized and vary in height with the generals standing the tallest. Each rank of soldier may be indentified in multiple ways, including hair style (the simpler the hair, like a bun, the lower the rank; the more complex the hair, like a ...