Lanxin Guest House

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


A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Oct 25, 2013

... s parents are heading to Thailand on 6th January for two weeks. All in all this means our plans are set until 20th January. This is most likely the most organised we'll be for our entire trip. Read on for details...

We've just arrived in Xi'an, where we'll visit the Terracotta army. Next we're heading to Huangzhou for a trek up Huangshan mountain followed by ...

Xi'an by Rail

A travel blog entry by gdomecus on Jul 05, 2013

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... was a trick to load about 60 of us while carrying our own luggage but the schedule only allows for a 4 or 5 min stop. Guides ended up yelling at us to push into the train and take any seat or we'd leave people stranded on the platform. Got separated from Mark about six people back because he was being polite but I knew he was on the train just couldn't see him amidst all the people.

We headed straight for the archaeological dig site for ...

Bicycle City Wall = Guilt Free Dumpling Banquet

A travel blog entry by washylee on Apr 04, 2013

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... steamed and boiled dumplings - veggie, duck, pork, seafood dumplings, and even some sweat dumplings. It was very yummy and very touristy thing to do but we were pretty satisfied after the banquet. Reggie would have liked more meat dumplings but we had more than enough to eat and many left that we couldn't finish. We headed back to the hotel after to chill and scheduled the 1/2 day tour for the Terracotta Warriors for the next day for ...


A travel blog entry by ryness on Nov 23, 2012

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... are 12 metres high, 18 metres thick at the base, 12 metres wide on top and form a 14km perimeter around the city. We were staying in the North of the city, so headed for the North gate and wow, what a gate. 12 metres doesn't sound much but the gates feel enormous, especially as each has a large temple almost the same size as the walls perched on top of the gate. From the north and south gates, as you look east and west, the wall extends further than the naked eye can ...

I Predict A Riot!

A travel blog entry by matfloyd on Sep 15, 2012

3 comments, 15 photos

... he managed to get away from the initial blockage as people beat his car with sticks, flags, in fact, anything they could get their hands on. In his panic and fear, he did what most of us would and just floored the accelerator, charging recklessly forward into the crowd, miraculously he missed everyone. However, at the next junction in the distance, he got stopped and couldn’t go anywhere, the crowd caught him up and then he ...