Lanxin Guest House

Address: No.13 Dong 2nd Alley, Dianzizheng Street, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710065, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The gift of an ordinary day

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 06, 2014

1 comment

... I'm from. Wendy will answer 美国 (America), and the conversation will end. I've noticed my Chinese slowly improving in the 3 weeks we've been here. I haven't been using Chinese as much as I'd like, since Wendy's English is far better than my Chinese, and it's just easier to communicate that way. I may not understand everything (or most of) what someone is saying, but I can usually at least realize what they're talking ...

Caves, Castles and Warriors!!!

A travel blog entry by jamesnange on Nov 12, 2013

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... of Datong seem like a ghost town, there is lots of construction going on as they are rebuilding the ancient town, which in a few years will look really cool. At the Huayan Temple we found a man painting Chinese calligraphy on scrolls - Jimmy has been searching for one of these everywhere. We managed to ask the guy how much one would cost using the iPad translator, but the price was a little lost in translation as we thought we were buying a scroll for £4 (40 Yuan). ...

Seeing Xi'an

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo on Jul 25, 2013

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... the Tang Dynasty. I learned so much about China's history that I never knew before.

On our way to catch the bus, Ada got a swirly BBQ'd tofu stick from a street seller. I had a couple bites. It was spicy and quite good. Everyone had one; it appears to be a very popular snack.

We then made our way to the Xi'an city wall. We went inside, watched some pretend warriors march out into the square, then march back to where they came from, then we walked up the stairs to ...

X'ian continued...

A travel blog entry by mandymcg on Dec 03, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... reason to have left her at home!) and up we climbed. We cycled around the perimeter of X'ian's city walls on 2 tandems and 1 bike. Great fun, great views and boy did you have to pedal it to make it round in the allotted time! That was PE for the day!

Finished off by doing a 'gangnam' dance, much to the amusement of some Chinese women and to the embarrassment of Riona (because Mum joined in and of course got it wrong!) All will be revealed later as to ...

Offer seats the old, weak, sick, cripple & grave

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Sep 28, 2012

5 comments, 16 photos

... to keep archaeologists busy for my lifetime at least. Experts are still working on improving ways in which the warriors are protected as they have found that after 2000 years buried underground, the coloured paint has almost completely faded on the warriors. The colour is then completely destroyed when the warriors are dug up and allowed to oxidise. Within the corridors the warriors are buried in, there is evidence of the very first bricks ever used in china or the ...