Sunday, March 13, 2016

Xi'an Wall

Yesterday was our last day in Xi'an, and we spent it hanging out on the awesome and ancient Xi'an Wall, which was built during the Tang Dynasty (600s-900s) and expanded during the Ming Dynasty (1300s to 1600s). Jeff and the older kids rode bikes all the way around the wall, a distance of almost 9 miles. Clay was too small to ride the bikes, so he and I had a date in which we wandered through the impressive New Year's decorations and stopped for a drink. It was a beautiful day, and we all had so much fun!

The Xi'an Wall

My people, at the wall

Ready for a unique bike ride

One of the many watchtowers on the wall

Don't I have a handsome date?!

A million people stopped us to take pictures of or with Clay,
but this one was my favorite (and Clay's too!)

It's fun to go on a date with a statue lover when you are surrounded by "statues"

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