Jinjiang Inn Xi'An South 2nd Ring Hi-Tech Zone
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We arrived at the airport with no further issues and had a breeze of a time getting through security. They are much better at this than the TSA. Renee was on a flight to Shanghai and I to Beijing. Our gates were near each other so Renee sat with me until she had to go to her own gate. We texted back and forth all the way until I was safely aboard my plane and she could stop worrying I would get lost.
My flight was uneventful ...
... China, building the Great Wall of China, building the city wall around Xi'an, and creating the Terracotta Army. The Terracotta Army was accidentally uncovered by two local farmers in the mid 1970's. One of the surviving farmers signed a book we had bought at the museum. Unbeknownst to most, the Terracotta Army was completely destroyed after the Emperor's death. Each soldier shown today has been restored piece by piece, ...
... stage singing (imagine that at a BCPS ceremony).
We had our first hula hoop sighting and later today we will have our first Tai Chi class.
UPDATE:Tai Chi was a serious workout. The warm up alone was stretching muscles but it is relaxing, invigorating, and exercise all at the same time. Will have pictures or video of later sessions.
... less than pure adrenaline on a daily basis, maybe new year in Thailand will turn us into party animals?
With every ying there must be a yang, or is it the other way round? Either way travelling does of course have its more challenging aspects. For us these have mainly revolved around
personal space. In London we're lucky enough to live in a nice one bedroom flat with no noisy neighbours. We both enjoy our jobs and ...
... preserve the color has not yet been created. Hence, they keep them buried until they solve this problem. Maddie asked “Why does the dirt keep the color?” There was no answer, but I believe it is due to light being kept from the color.
Pit 3 is the famous one. Three football fields long and a full football field wide. Words just cannot capture the experience.
From here, we headed to the airport. We ...