Guan Zhong Hotel Xi'An Nanxin Street

Address: No.10 Jixian Alley, Nanxin Steet, Xincheng District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Xincheng District area of Xi'an, is near Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Great Mosque, Tomb of Emperor Liu Qi (Hanyangling), and Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta).
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      Day 31: Xi'an (Tombs and Train) - Laura

      A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... stay dry on the way to our destination! It took about an hour to get there, and we pulled up to what looked like a complete wasteground with a building site in the corner - the classic archaeological dig! One of the corner watchtowers is under excavation and you can walk up and have a good look at what is still in situ, giving you a better picture of what the site looked like before they opened it to the public. The main attraction is the incredibly modern museum that ...

      A month on the rails

      A travel blog entry by billynomates on Feb 17, 2013

      ... so open minded; now we are in China and the difference is huge.

      Some places we have been to have a strong religious aspect to them and you notice it everywhere you look. It could be a Mosque in Moscow or a Temple in China, either way it's there for you to see and it adds a certain vibe.

      The climate obviously plays a big part of the overall impression that we get from the places we see. So far we haven't been disappointed! We expected it to ...

      Extreme Sightseeing!

      A travel blog entry by chloecd on Jul 09, 2012

      15 photos

      ... with the wall behind us, and then started climbing. The majority of the group followed the crowd directly up the hill, however a smaller group of us headed down towards the other side of the valley where the wall was much quieter.

      I definitely had not realised quite how extreme the climbing is on the wall. It’s very, very steep, and the steps are all completely uneven. I know that this was part of its defence – it certainly would not have been easy ...

      The Terracotta Warriors

      A travel blog entry by joe_rosie on Apr 13, 2012

      13 photos

      ... The ride getting to the south gate of the wall was pretty funny - we were quite getting used to dodging buses, bikes and cars!

      We parked the bikes before paying the small admission fee to walk along the wall - it was absolutely huge! We could have hired bikes to ride along the wall but it was another 4 on top of the admission price... unfortunately we weren't allowed to take the bikes we borrowed on to the wall. We were told it would take approximately 4 ...

      Welcome to my blog!

      A travel blog entry by silkroadstu on Sep 16, 2011

      ... wedding at Newport beach, California, flew to Beijing and spent a month in Mongolia. After another period of time in Beijing we travelled down to Pingyao before hitting Xi'an which is the unofficial start of the Silk Route. The Silk route takes many different paths through to Turkey and sometimes further into Europe. The route we plan to take will see us travelling through China, Kyrgyzstan, ...