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Restless night for us, but des and Cian slept like babies. When we went to bed they had been in room 527 and had asked us to wake them up for breakfast...no answer, could they really be that fast asleep?! Clíona was banging down the door! Anyways we head to breakfast then get ready to go. Dad calls our hotel room 2 hours later that they moved to 530 and just woke up...oops! That explains it... The boys explore the advertised spa facilities, which turn our ...
... Tower is mentally busy. It cost £5 to go up on it so gave it a miss and just looked from the outside. Jumped on the tube to the Pagoda. It was really easy and cost 40p each way!! You have to go through bag checks at each entry point on the under ground. And they check your water too. Once we got off the tube we got slightly lost but found the Pagoda quite quickly. Leading up to it there is fountains in time to music. It ...
... have western toilets (not squatters), we can close off our 4 bunk compartment from the aisle-way, there are only 4 bunks in the compartment , individual reading lights and a video screen for some kind of entertainment. The bunk above Graeme was occupied by a Chinese engineer in Cryogenics. He works for one of the universities in Xi’an and is travelling to Shanghai on business.
The night passes quickly and we find ourselves exiting the ...
... been great, but this place was teeming with people again,
The good thing is, I got in free, because 'I am of of mature years’ (nice way of putting it)
They had a few of the terracotta warriors in there, at least I could see them, but a lot of the other exhibits there was just too many people, and they would either just walk in front of you or try and push you out of the way, you have to stand your ground
... originally accompanied by a wooden chariot that has long since rotted. The second was much, much bigger. A giant aircraft hanger houses the enormous pit, although this one is relatively undisturbed. They had only dug as far as the roofs that hold over all the terra-cotta warriors, most of which sag perilously over them. In this building though are the only ones we were allowed to get very close to. A knelling archer, a horse ...