Super 8 Xi'an Zhongshan Gate
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... when you are faced with the rows and rows of soldiers.
The on site museum houses additional treasures recovered including bronze horse and cart, and well preserved statues that still retain their colors. You can closely examine the intricies of each statue including multiple heads each with their own hairstyle.
If you only head to one place this should be it. Even with the crowds it's well worth the visit.
... giggly from all the excitement). China is an extraordinary place but there are few things which have been strange: 1) Squatting toilets (enough said) 2) Spitting..... so many people do it.... men and women.... Thankfully they make a really hideous guttural noise first so you can try and look the other way! 3) Staring.... I kind of understand this as there aren't many "big noses" (as westerners are known) here.... and some people are ...
didnt have to get up so early today :)
This morning we went back to the muslim quarter to see it during daylight – still just as lively and exciting. One stall vendor played the ocharina – he did play some western tune but (in my basic mandarin) I asked him to play a Chinese tune for us.
We visited an old courtyard, (this is where I saw ...
... for everything and they insisted, even though we tried.
"Fine," I said, "You can pay. But when you come to America we get to spoil you."
"Okay," they laughed.
Saying goodbye to Hardy and Amber was hard for me. But I know I will see them again so that made me happy.
Then later came the goodbyes with our host families...
available in Part 2 aka the next blog
... had "jesus christ is risen today" been blasted. That song is right up there with "Fly me to the moon" on songs that I am nearly positive I could sing professionally.
Bethany Stanbrough: no "up from the grave he arose"?
Caleb Tegtmeier: no that must be a Methodist song, but there was a version of "How Great Thou Art"
Caleb Tegtmeier: the third song I didn't recognize. only sang 3 songs. on repeat, before during and ...