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

Flight MU204 To Xian

A travel blog entry by cwscott on Jul 31, 2014

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... day travelling I polished off my bowl with relish, all washed down with an ice cold Tsing Tao.

Back at the hotel we enjoyed the swing bench on the roof top garden and tried to work out why you'd need a sauna when we were already sweating buckets. After umming and aahhing for a bit we decided to book ourselves on an organised tour of the main attraction we'd come to Xian to see; the Terracotta Warriors.
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Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jan 11, 2014

1 comment, 317 photos

... through a large shopping plaza before reaching a ticket office, and then walked another 10 minutes to the gateway, with another flourish of tourist stands en route. A bit sad that this large archaeological site has been largely dedicated to retail, but that's China for you.

We entered the site and watched a short film on the history of the Terracotta Warriors (in a 360* cinema), before proceeding to the smallest of the 3 pits in which the ...

Xi'an ~Home to MAGNIFICENT Terra Cotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 10, 2013

13 photos

... can pay a fee to have a professional photo taken beside a warrior, but they are quite expensive. There are also novelty shops there to get a piece of the history. You can actually buy a photo with your face on top of the body of a soldier...not my choice for a souvenir, but it apparently was for Bill Clinton who has invested interest in this Chinese UNESCO Heritage Site.

As you walk through the pits, the first pit is the most impressive ...

Finally we get to see the Terracotta warriors :D

A travel blog entry by braviary226868 on Jul 19, 2013

7 photos

... went back to the buses and rode one back, then went to a shop for some ro jia muo, or a beef sandwich. My mom had some sesame seed paste and rice noodles. After we finished we went back to the hotel and stayed there until dinner, where we ate fried dumplings. My mom and I also bought a ro jia muo and some sesame paste rice noodles to go, which we ate a few minutes ago. Well I'd better get going. Tomorrow I'm going to Shaanxi History museum, which is going to be fun. Well see you ...

Greetings from China

A travel blog entry by bmlevinson on Nov 02, 2012

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... we were next to the pandas, we saw some red pandas real quick and headed to the People's Park. The Peoples Park is this park for old and young people to participate in clubs, go to tea houses, blind date, and row on an artificial lake. At the park, we first witnessed an old people singing group. It was very INTERESTING to watch. Very cool. After the first singing group we saw another singing group, then we saw a dance group. We saw an old man practicing ...