They had a display set up so you could take pictures with replicas of the warriors and horses. Can we say "Christmas card?"
This is Scott in front of Pit 3, which was the smallest and contained less than 100 people, mostly high-ranking officials.
The next stop was the Xi'an City Wall. It was built to protect the city. The boys are standing where guards used to shoot arrows from these notches in the wall.
Then we went to Muslim Street. Diana said it was a fun place to try street food and buy souvenirs.