Lintong No.1 Reception House

Address: 31 East Huancheng Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710600, China | Resort
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This resort is located on 31 East Huancheng Road, Xi'an.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLintong No.1 Reception House Xi'an

Reviewed by brittneytran

Terra Cotta Army - Jordan and Molly's Review

Reviewed Oct 22, 2013
by (3 reviews) , China Flag of China

Today we visited the Terra Cotta Army along with Geoffrey. At first we found the soldiers very interesting but quickly, we lost interest. We think that it wasn't worth coming for because it's just soldiers and along with Jordan's attitude towards China, it wasn't very helpful. Although Geoffrey seemed very interested and keen, we weren't feeling the same. Wouldn't come back here again honestly. Tour guide was great.

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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Xian

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

... China as a way to purify the population. People have been pushed out of their faith and some out of their country. Due to the huge tourism draw to Xi'an for the Muslim food and culture, those with in the city walls are still allowed to wear the hijab (head scarfs) and pray at their mosque with the call to prayer. The worse part about this is that these people have to rely on tourism to preserve their right to practice their faith. The Muslim Quarter was packed. ...

Day 12! Towers and Muslim quarter

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 08, 2015

4 photos

... sticky. The first street is bustling, brightly coloured flags, shouts of food for sale, sizzling meat, smells of freshly squized pomegranate juice. All our senses are alive, we move through the streets, admiring the chinese trinkets for sale, the coloured scarves, theres lots to see. We try to figure out what the different foods are, what's sweet and what is savoury. We had heard of the chinese hamburger so decided to queue up for a taste, it was yummy. Made from a small ...

Cycling and Sightseeing around Xi'an

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Aug 31, 2014

4 photos

... world but I didn't think I would see it. Josh and Bettina are very interested and we find out it's only an hour away from Xi'an, so it could be done in 1 day. They of course try and persuade me to come the next day since its Josh's last day and I make a deal with them, that if I can change my Terracotta Army tour to the day after and that if there is a later train the same day that I can take. We all go to the train ticket office together and with Josh translating for us, ...

Too little time in Xian

A travel blog entry by allmytravels on Apr 03, 2014

15 photos

... put 3 and 2 were pretty rubbish we didn't mind bra use we were holding out for the amazing pit no.1! It really wasn't anything great.. But that's just my opinion !! We only had 2 nights in Xian but if we had more time( and were feeling better) there is so much to do there. I'd probably recommend 3 nights at least. We didn't get to see half the great stuff there. But the sleeper train experience kept us happy for a few ...

Xi'an/Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by kyfly on Sep 27, 2013

... asian country and he decided to let Peter finish it. We also haggled and Sue and I bought a terra cotta warrior each for a tenth of the price they wanted at the museum today. 20 yuan each. Bargain of $4. It is now just after 8.30 and Flyn has just crashed for the night. The days are long and tiring for the kids and all the 10year olds are fading fast. They are still regularly being grabbed by young ladies who want photos with them. Today Flyn was put in ...