Yangguang Express Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is another matter. We grabbed the subway for one stop and walked to the train station. The depot for the tourist buses is nearby but we had to do some casting about to find it. Meanwhile we grabbed a breakfast of steamed dumplings from a street vendor ($1.60 for 7). Finally found the right bus and off we went.
The terracotta figures were intended to protect China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huong, in the afterlife. The complex was begun in 246 BC soon after he ascended ...
... We went and had some lunch at one of the little (ropey) huts, we figured the locals eat it so it must be ok!! The waitress was really sweet! Paul ordered by pictures again- when the food came out it looked really nice. They gave us rice and tea for free and we had chicken, veg and another meat dish. I tried the random meat dish and really didn't like the texture- knew straight away it was some kind of offal! I didn't eat anymore of that. Turned out to be ...
... to travel here. Once I did,it seem to have helped some. I won't be doing any more fruit without a hard skin, I’m sticking to bananas only and watch that carefully to see how that works out. I have been feeling rather tired and just exhausted. I don’t think I have been eating as well as I should. It’s hard to keep up with any kind of schedule out here and I was never good at that. I am already able to tighten my belt one ...
... and bell towers along side shiny gadget shows, Starbucks and a Haagen Dazs. After feeling at home in this modern area we walked back to our hostel where we played numerous games of pool and planned our trip to the terracotta warriors. For dinner Stephen enjoyed his first Chinese dumplings along with beef noodles before relaxing for an epic game of chess won by Stephen.
Started at 1 pm after a leisurely morning we ventured out to the station to purchase ...
Hi all! I've just returned from the most incredible journey. I met so many people and pushed myself in so many different ways, and I feel that I now have a much deeper understanding of China and it's people. I'm going to write a different blog post for each destination along the Silk Road, so if you only want to read a few I suggest checking out the Xia'He(cultural Tibet) and Taklamakan Desert entries. I think those will be most interesting to ...