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... the stairs to the top of the wall where lots of bikes were available. The entire walls are a total of 14 kilometres around, and it took us roughly an hour to cycle around the entirety of it. The structure was really nice, and would be a great running course for people training, but the pollution would probably make the run less beneficial for you than not.
Our evening plans involved a tour of the Muslim quarter in Xi’an which had ...
... an opportunity to see a Chinese perspective of America and our issues. My host mom grilled me on Hillary Clinton because she thinks Hillary is "so, so, beautiful". The ride home was smooth and the hour standstill in traffic inside a tunnel was a lot of fun. I concluded the weekend writing this post and eating chocolate and discussing the college job situation with my host family. I am definitely going to miss my everyday adventures here.
... to make noodles. They pounded the dough, stretched it, swung it from a mound of dough into perfect thin noodles several feet long. They ended up in our soup -- very fun!
It was about an hour back to the hotel and we had a couple of free hours before the Tang Dynasty show and dumpling dinner. We spent it playing "hammy" games in the room (because the actors we were about to see were going to ham it up) and then went for ...
... day before, in Xi'an, we spent a lovely afternoon biking along the fourteen-century city walls now completely rebuilt. In total, it was a 14 km ride overlooking the new and the old town. We saw the famous Wild Goose Pagoda from afar and the only Tibetan Buddhist temple in Xi'an. The bikes were modern and everything was well organized. Xi’An has 8 million inhabitants and it was one of ...
... forecast portion that the air quality had gone from bad to worse. We are glad to be leaving Beijing.
On the plane, no problems and smooth flight, arrived in Xian early afternoon. A driver picked us from the hotel much easier than taking a couple of taxi's, thanks to Marv for arranging this for us.
Xi'an seems to be a bit chaotic, scooters, bikers, cars buses going in all different ...