Global Circumnavigation

Home » Uncategorized » our last day in Xi’an starts off a little odd with a sighting of a taxidermy version of Steve Jobs, then my friend Christopher being asked for an interview by local teens as its not all that common to see foreigners around these parts, myself I have been ask many times for my picture. after this fun was behind us we carried on to Datang Furong Garden which is a is also a model imperial garden to fully demonstrate the Tang Dynasty’s charm and grandeur, this location demonstrated the importance of the Silk Road to this area as many of the Silk Road trading routes entered into china through this area.

our last day in Xi’an starts off a little odd with a sighting of a taxidermy version of Steve Jobs, then my friend Christopher being asked for an interview by local teens as its not all that common to see foreigners around these parts, myself I have been ask many times for my picture. after this fun was behind us we carried on to Datang Furong Garden which is a is also a model imperial garden to fully demonstrate the Tang Dynasty’s charm and grandeur, this location demonstrated the importance of the Silk Road to this area as many of the Silk Road trading routes entered into china through this area.


2 Comments

  1. Thanks Mary Ann Moran, I hope to keep things going , and its lots of fun to share. Today we just saw the biggest Dam in the world which I hope to be posting in photos in a few days. at this time we have lots of traveling to do, so not much internet, but I will be back with more photos after this bunch of traveling 🙂

  2. Mary Ann Moran says:

    Christopher, I am enjoying your trip and stories so much!

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