Super 8 Xi'An West Main Street Bell Drum Towers
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... Xi'an winds and someone wants to take a picture on a bad hair no make up day, it's hard to remember that she's not trying to offend me. She would be surprised if I were. Because we're all just trying to do the best we can from our cultures, our experiences, our pasts, that no one else is ever going to understand fully. And in that distance, grace goes such a long way. Grace to bite your tongue and smile for one...two...no three more pictures. Grace to type ...
... the varying temperatures. We arose and had the daily morning debate on what to do today, the weather was really not helping. However with a plan we left the dry 7 sages hostel and headed onto the streets to find breakfast. Now breakfast here in China is either hot-out-of-the-oven baked goods or shrimp porridge....we went for the baked goods out of a street vendor. Sadly Laura had the unfortunate appearance of red bean paste while I sailed smoothly with a ...
... with envy as I walked around and got to see the pools that were created for the Emperor and his staff as well as the Lady Yang- the mistress of the emperor for which the earlier poem was written. Capping the night of with dinner in the Palace and then perhaps the greatest spectacle Ive seen- The Song of Everlasting Sorrow opera. We sat in the third row, right in front of the performing area. I LOVE musical performances of every kind and have seen ...
... the warriors whole without it breaking. The horses had holes in them to let the hot air escape during the kilning process. To make the warriors etc they used clay and congealed rice and water and fired the sections at progressively increased temperatures. As a result of the solid legs the archaeologists were able to know which directions all the warriors had been facing. Then we went to pit 2, and lastly the most definitely the best Pit 1, where you ...
... and processes behind Chinese painting and let us hold the brushes, ink well, paper, and ink sticks. Then she drew our names and the symbols for Xi'an on rice paper. After we had a chance to look around at the jade bracelets which deepen in color the more you wear them, the statues of the zodiacs, and the other beautiful trinkets. It was a very cool experience despite ourselves.
We're running out of time and have to book it to the train station. ...