Super 8 Xi'an Zhongshan Gate
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... tapestries, elephant statues, and brightly colored lamps. Abby ordered a variety of traditional foods and everything was delicious! We had vegetables wrapped in cabbage, Thai fruit salad, spicy seafood salad, mango sticky rice, roasted eggplant, seafood coconut curry soup, grilled shrimp, and whole fish covered in a red sauce with pineapple. It was great to taste so many different foods, but we ended up with a lot of leftovers!
... closed and so I stood in line till 1pm to get a ticket for the afternoon. Worth the visit, and the pottery and metal work of the Tang Dynasty is magnificent. StartNote: Tours bypass the queues and get in without delay. Less shoe leather and less standing (you don't sit on anything in Xi'an unless you bring paper to put down first). WARNING: STATISTIC ALERT Xi'an is the 7th dustiest city in China! I hailed a Taxi outside the museum and made it back to the hotel for ...
... Dynasty in the old capitol of Chang'an. It was the Royal residence for over 200 years but sadly not much of it remains anymore. Once inside all that remains are a few ruined walls and the original lake and island that used to be the gardens within the palace. There is a minature version of the palace withing the grounds and it must have been quite a sight in it's day as the whole complex was huge by the look of it. There are a few exhibition halls dotted around the site which ...
... the time. One interesting point is that they have elected to not excavate large portions of the site, choosing instead to wait until yet undiscovered technologies are invented to allow them to properly put all of the pieces together and maintain most of the original coloration.
Later in the day, we somehow managed to find an amazing hotspring resort that had 33 different pools ranging from jasmine tea infused to one with beer in it (we still can't figure out ...
... I'm only about 5 minutes into the ride and my butt is already sore. The road is rough and full of missing stone. It's hard to take in the city having to be watching vigilantly for the next bone crushing hole. The shock resonates through my hands and shoulders as well and I feel like I'm going to shake apart. Aaron seems to be enjoying himself though, he's happily pedalling along without any complaint. Maybe it's the Kenny G. loop playing over the speakers making him so ...