Shaanxi Railcom Business Hotel
- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
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... now for me. Everyone stares at you like there is something wrong with you. Most people are pleasant enough. Also when we go in any shop they shout something then an assistant sticks to me and Noel like glue. They will follow us around the whole shop? Had dinner close by tonight, Noel had dumplings I had sizzling pasta. It was very odd. The beers cost 60p. Heading for a early night as we plan to cycle round the wall tomorrow. Night all ...
... the wall on our bikes and it was really cool, it gave you a good overlook over the city and also got you away from the crowds. The breeze was also really refreshing, we chatted about all sorts as we cycled round, taking in the views and also enjoying the change of pace and the serenity the wall seemed to provide, somehow blocking out the sound of everyday life below.
We did about ¾ of the wall before turning back to return to the South Gate in time to return the bikes. ...
... to buy property in Beijing. That is only AUS$500 per month. (Divide by 5 approximately). Only around 35% of people earn reasonable wages, so many have to stay with three or even four generations together to afford to live. We have rested this afternoon and we will have a quiet night. We are being met at 8:30 tomorrow and have about an hour's drive to get to the Terracotta Warriors. Zai jian, from ...
... you have to ask for no ice as its made from local water which is not good for westerners !!! Free wifi though ! I better get back as I have been out now for over three hours - they will think I have been kidnapped. For tea Robert took us to the Chinese equivalent of McDonalds. A fast food chain called Wei Jai that specialises in cold noodle dishes and a strange what I would describe as a hog roast sandwich in a battered ...
... and putting pieces together. Pits 2 and 3 were smaller- the buildings had been constructed above ground and then the excavations started. Then there was the gallery/ shop and the last surviving farmer Mr Young was seated at a table signing books. He and the other farmers who discovered the treasure below ground when they were digging a well, have been compensated well by the Government and were provided with new housing. We bought ...