mish-mash of military bits-and-bobs, all set out with no real focus on
information or education, but rather, the overall effect that a hall
full of silver missiles and large guns might have on small children.
What were we doing there, you might ask? We were on our way back from
getting train tickets to Xian and the museum was the biggest,
gaudiest, most imposing building in the area. The subway stop was even
called "Military Museum". Also, entry was free after showing our
passports. Just in case we were, well, I don't know. Who would you try
to keep out of such a place?