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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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Xi'an

        So what if I was late

        A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 23, 2015

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        ... All I did there was try to make something that didn't look like a pile of gray mud....I failed. After that we went to this place with a bunch of stores and food shops. It was cool. I bought an umbrella hat and a book of Mao's quotations (the little red book) as a joke for a friend. Then we all went to the bus....except for Kevin. He was a half hour late and everyone was about ready to kill him. After that we went back to school.

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        Day 20 - Language barriers

        A travel blog entry by nihar.aneri on Apr 17, 2013

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        So another early start to catch local transport to go see the terracotta warriors. I still don't see the point of them but they were awesome to see and the attention to detail was unbelievable. Oh and we got there so early that we beat the tour groups and the hawkers were still setting up. So back to Xi'an and onto the Muslim quarter. Great street food but not paying to go into a mosque. On route back ...

        A Month in With the Terracotta Warriors

        A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 31, 2012


        ... were colourfully decorated, but faded due to exposure. Only one or two weren't crushed when the wooden beams of the crypt collapsed. The warriors were found by accident when some farmers were digging a well. The dude who contacted the government in 1974 has spent all this time in his new job signing books in the museum. He does not look like a fulfilled dude. The warriors were only buried 5m underground and lots of more recent graves were around them but the locals who found ...

        Made in China

        A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 15, 2012

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        ... and shoving and fighting to get to the train we made it onto the carriage and it was just as bad as we anticipated. We had a top and middle bunk so could hide away from the madness below (that is if we could get up the ladder to our beds). My top bunk was exactly like sleeping in a luggage shelf, with about half a meter of space there was no way to do anything except lie down, thank god we had some TV to watch on our iPhones as our fellow travellers just ...

        I want to ride my bicycle...

        A travel blog entry by jadeandrew on May 14, 2012

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        ... so we thought that looked promising and we were feeling rather adventurous at this stage. Nothing in this restaurant was in English nor was there any pictures but with Ken’s limited chinese we were able to order and got the jist of what we were meant to do by following the two old guys sitting next to us and having the cooks point at our un-crumbed bread and at the other punters ripping there bread into their bowls. We sat down and ripped our bread into small pieces ...