Shaanxi Railcom Business Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... how caring they were. I love them so much and I will never forget them. They provide me with so much more than I could have asked for and I hope that one day I can come back to Xi'an visit them and everyone else that I have met here. I don't want to go home.
When I came to China, I was expecting to improve my Chinese. That was my one expectation. What I didn't expect was to gain a new twenty-two person family, a Chinese home ...
... when I went to the bathroom I dropped my phone in the sink after rinsing my hands so I don't have any more pictures. It still works it just has no sound now so I'll need to get it fixed. The day got warmer as the clouds lifted away and then it was time for Tai Chi which is my favorite. Half the class left after the ten minute break and I was happy because it was a lot quieter afterwards. Hopefully I'll be pretty good at it by the time I leave.
After class I cooled off with the ...
... brulé par les ennemis de l’empire, ensevelissant l’armée entière pour des siècles.
On peut visiter trois puits. Nous avons commencé par le puits n°3, le plus petit et avons fait le puits n°1 (le plus grand) en dernier. Je pense que c’était une bonne façon de le visiter car le petit puits permet de voir les soldats et chevaux d’un peu plus près sans être complètement noyé par l’immensité du puits n°1. Le nombre de soldats est juste ahurissant ...
... this way'. Interested to see what this entails we follow the arrow to a young Chinese man who grunts '30 Yuan' at us and nothing else. Not really sure what we're getting ourselves into, we hand over the money and are placed into a small harness with two clips. After a five second tutorial of how to clip yourself onto the wire safely we are sent on our way to the sky plank, which is basically just two wooden boards which go around the mountain with a chain ...
... And as we drove into the Ancient Capital city of Xian, we weren’t surprised by the big city chaos. Along with the chaos came bright lights, Western commercial brands, all the American chain restaurants you could think of, along with a whole lot of smog. Smog covered the skyline, and instantly we realised we were actually in the Ancient Capital behind the smog.
We had been travelling through China for three weeks now, and it was time to extend our ...