Yangguang Express Hotel
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... writing and art as well as housing, hunting, fishing, and crop growing. Quite an advanced society. For most of the time that I was there I was wracking my brain to think how developed the western world was at the same time.
We then went for an eye opening drive through Xi'an to the area where the Terracotta Warriors are. Many of the suburbs along the way were being completely demolished to build new housing and hotels for the many visitors ...
After having a much needed sleep, we set off to visit the city of Xi'an. 8 Million people live in Xi'an. Our first stop was the Ancient City Wall. We bike rode around the wall which was 13.7 kilometres long. Some of the views from the wall were beautiful. There were lovely gardens around the wall and a moat that also followed the wall. We also rode past the railway station which was very old and very busy. It was raining most of the time so ...
We also took a stroll in the Muslim quarter of Xian. Saw part of the wall which originally circled the old city.
2014-April 26 Gerrie and I woke up to partially cloudy skies temperature is comfortable. Today we are touring Xiang. We started off going to the factory where they make copies of the Terracotta warriors. The copies ...
In 1974, Farmer Yang was digging for a new water well in his field, when he accidentally stumbled on what is now regarded as the eighth wonder of the world. He had unearthed with his shovel a shard of terra cotta that turned out to be a piece of one of the 8000 buried Qui dynasty warriors, larger-than-life size soldiers commissioned by the Emperor to guard his tomb. Since the Chinese believe in the afterlife, the Emperor needed a ...
It is very early on our last Sunday in Xi'an and I am looking out over this city that only 44 days ago seemed like another world: the police training in a courtyard a block away; old people out walking alone or with dogs who are unleashed, but don't stray; street vendors on their motorized tricycles on their way to set up shop for the day; the men leaving the construction site they ...