For a country as large as China, you would think that you would see a lot of open land, but that doesn't seem to be the case. For hours this is what it looked like, farms with tall buildings in the background. I don't think there's anywhere in China where you're out of sight of a building over ten stories - or pollution.
The old part of Xi'an is a walled city and we were staying within the walls.
|Even on a Wednesday, the Muslim Quarter is pretty crowded.|
It is kind of sad to say, but we were still on a once a day Subway Restaurant routine. One Chinese meal a day was all our stomachs could take, so the other one would inevitably be Subway (it never hurts to Eat Fresh). When we leave China, we need to go to Subway Corporate Headquarters and give them our report about how they're doing in China.
|Subway, we love you!|