Jinshi International Hotel
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... they are still trying to put warrior's together. Apparently it takes up to 6 months to find all the missing pieces to rebuild the warrior's.
Enjoy the pictures, I know there are lots, but it is really difficult to select the best once. The are all great!! :)
Next destination is Beijing, hoping to recover there :) three nights partying with Aussies, I need a rest!!! :)
... to email me a picture of the recipe we always use for macaroni and cheese. (The mac and cheese we cook is more of a casserole, not your typical instant box mac and cheese.) However, there were a few pitfalls. When we went shopping in the morning for ingredients, we could find neither mustard powder nor sour cream. In addition, I discovered that my host family didn't have any sort of casserole dish to put the food in! We had to use steel bowls to make do. And finally, after ...
... visible - they are the bodyguard in afterlife of the first Qin ('Chin', Chin-a, geddit?) dynasty emperor, Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor who united most of what is modern-day China - the emperor's tomb is nearby but remains 90% unexcavated, so what wonders still lie hidden? - the Terracotta exhibition includes bronze chariots excavated from the Emperor's tomb, these are in the pics too - it took about 750,000 workers to do the job, and the ones who completed the burial of ...
... It is said there once was a river of mercury that ran through it. C'mon, you know you have always wanted to be buried in a structure with a flowing river. One must drink in the afterlife, right? After he assumed the throne and became the first emperor of a unified China, Qin had government laborers begin working on his mausoleum. His tomb alone is larger than a soccer field and resides underneath a pyramid shaped mound of dirt. The Terracotta Army was not buried in the tomb ...
Monday had arrived after a weeks long stay in Chengdu and we were ready to set off for Xi'an on another 16 hour overnight train journey on hard beds. We slept pretty much most of the way and luckily Xi'an was the last stop otherwise we may have missed it as we arrived in the ancient city at 5.35am. We settled into our hostel and went straight out to explore the city and view the great fortress wall which surrounded it. The weather was terrible (typicaly English weather) and it did not ...