Super 8 Xi'An West Main Street Bell Drum Towers
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... or who I was going to be meeting. Even without knowing all the details of our trips, I always ended up having fun. Although it might sound crazy, I really enjoyed going to school in China. Though the lack of actual academic courses might play a significant role in my opinion, there never was a boring day. All of the courses we had were engaging and fun (even Tai Chi) and I think there was something for everyone on the trip. From playing games in gym, to visiting classrooms ...
An early start, 4.30 alarm call, downstairs in the lobby by 5.30. We had a packed breakfast on the way to the airport, bacon and egg sandwich, yogurt and fruit. Our flight was at 8am, but we went through group booking, which was faster than each of us checking in separately. Breakfast on the plane was indescribable, some sort of brown rice sludge, with pickles and a bun with something in the ...
... 6 rings. Everything is centralised in the oldest and the most inner ring and all the traffic comes here. Here are 2 distinctive landmarks - a bell tower and a drum tower. The first one used to ring off the time of a day dusk, the second the day dawn. The bell tower reminded me Arc d'Tryumf in Paris; it is centrally located and formulates a massive round about and a view through the streets up to the city wall gates in 4 directions. We had a chance to see ...
... that are interesting to reflect on. A couple weeks ago a student approached me after class with a cleverly planned spiel about how he would like to come to my apartment and cook a traditional Chinese meal. His name is Yuan Yuan (English name Vector, think he meant Victor) and his plot was extremely effective. He made several valid points that I can't really order traditional Chinese food because I can't speak Chinese, that he and his friends ...
... and blessing on the country.
We managed to get some time to visit the Olympic Stadium Park from the outside and were impressed with the Bird's Nest and Water Cube. The IBM Hotel was designed symbolising ...