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

Day 28: Xi'an (Terracotta Warriors)-Emily

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 13, 2014

31 photos

... see the detail of each ranking officer. Archers, Calvary soldiers, chariots, infantry soldiers and generals and all because Emperor Qin Shi Huang wanted an battalion buried with him either to tackle the evil spirits in the afterlife or that he needed an army to continue his rule even in death. That's pretty awesome in itself. When I'm buried I'm going to request my own Army too. Before we went into the big pit we popped round the shop. I would be lying if I said I thought ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by photohappy on Dec 21, 2013

3 comments, 16 photos

... the emperor who is responsible for it. His life is a story in itself. I think the most exciting part of the story is that a Chinese farmer discovered it digging a well. This one simple act has not only transformed the lives of his whole village but according to our guide has transformed Xi'an/Shanxi province. She said it never (to the extent it is now) would have been a stop on traveller's itineraries before the discovery.

We ...

Food, Food and More Food

A travel blog entry by stevedantravel on Aug 05, 2013

1 photo

... loads of different dumplings with different ingredients in it. They ranged from duck, to tomato, to mushroom and sweet potato. So many dumplings we couldn't finish it but it was a different experience from a traditional dinner we are used to. After dinner the show began and it portrayed the story of the Tang Dynasty through music and dancing. Dan missed the best bit of the show when he went to the toilet. A man made a kind of musical noise through his mouth, which was high ...

Ming Tombs and Great Wall

A travel blog entry by charlotteg2206 on Jul 20, 2013

12 photos

... us opted to go back to get the cable car down, while some of the braver ones lined up for the toboggan. It was then when we had finished trying to get as many deals as we could in the stalls that we drove back to the airport where we got our plane to Xi'an.

However, there was one surprise waiting for us when we got to the airport, as we were checking our bags on the walkway above the arrivals gate, a bright light went off and then the ...

A Large Group of Americans

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 23, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... to attend as well, and they sat behind and to the left of us, passing notes and goofing around. My host, Aimee, told me that she planned on sleeping through the ceremony, and suggested I do the same.

The ceremony was held on the seventh floor of Building Three, just off the track and field, behind buildings One and Two, where we spend most of our time. We shuffled and huffed our way up the stairs to arrive at last in what appeared to be a concert hall, complete ...