Shaanxi Railcom Business Hotel
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... the warriors faces and armour, it really is an amazing site. We walk around the perimeter, snapping photos and admiring each warriors uniqueness. The front of the army has been amazingly put back together, nearly everything had been found broken and in pieces. As we walked down we could see where they were working, warriors with hands wrapped in foil, headless and body parts being reassembled. The work that has gone into this is amazing. We make a ...
... deep fried and the other was cold beans with sesame seeds. My favourite is the cauliflower dish. We went for a walk round the the main bit was full of loud promotional stuff. Every store near enough has a women on a microphone shouting. We then walked through quieter bit where there were lots of women doing belly dancing work out and younger street dancers which was funny to watch. Moving to a hotel inside the city wall tomorrow then cycling around it I think. Night ...
... Only 68 pottery figures, one chariot and 34 bronze weapons were unearthed from this pit. Pit 3 is now known as the command center of Pit 1 and Pit 2.
By western standards, it could be hard to find “normal” food but in the Mausoleum there is Subway and next to the train station they have McDonalds and KFC. If tired of fast food go for local restaurants but be prepared to try new tastes.
We arrived ...
... It was difficult hailing a taxi. Many went by already occupied. We eventually went to one of the Tuk-tuks ( or whatever the name for them is here) We paid twice what we had paid in the regular taxi on our forward journey, ($6 instead of $3) but at this point we were happy and it was another experience! The drive back was hairy but fun and we used footpaths, road and all tarmacs in between!
Looking forward to seeing the Terracotta Warriors tomorrow,
Most tourists visit Xi'an for one reason: the terracotta warriors. For some reason I had thought the statues were quite small so I was surprised to see that for the most part they tower over me. Pit 1 has the best restored sections (for the time being; research is being done on how to prevent the oxidation of the coloured paint before unearthing more statues) and is where a German tourist a few years ago snuck in to the site, dressed as a warrior, before he was spotted and deported ...