Backpax Hostel

Address: Xi Mu Tou Shi, Prince mansion 9th Floor, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710002, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Beilin District area of Xi'an, is near Great Mosque, Tomb of Emperor Liu Qi (Hanyangling), Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta), and Famén Temple (Famén Sì).
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    Travel Blogs from Xi'an

    Back to the Beginning

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Jul 06, 2015

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... at animal offerings in food markets, got lost again and again, struggled to communicate, succeeded in communicating, felt the weight of the centuries all around me, laughed, cried, learned so much about the history and cultures of these lands, and above all, had real encounters with a huge array of people from so many backgrounds. I have peopled my map. Now when I look at it, I will conjure up the faces of my Iranian friends enjoying coffee in the ...

    Weekend Adventures #4

    A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 14, 2015

    ... of the weekend but I also spent some time shopping in not one, not two, but three different malls! My most successful place being the large, cheap and youthful (to quote Sapphire) shop in the basement of a ritzy expensive one. I also learned that in China they do not sell women's shoes above an American 8.5. Apparently all(approximately) 75 million women in China have small feet. I ended up buying men's knock off converse for $9 because I'm not Chinese and don't have ...

    Discovering X'ian

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Oct 04, 2014

    52 photos

    ... Muslim quarter we found ourselves outside the Great Mosque, and noted the location for a visit before leaving X'ian. Once again found the compass very useful for confirming our direction home through the very busy, narrow and chaotic streets of the Muslim quarter. Boss not really hungry but I was tempted by street-food: some delicious-looking tofu cubes in a herb sauce sizzling on a grill, then a sesame bun, toasted and filled pitta-style with a rich mutton stew, Szechwan ...

    A Night at the Opera

    A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... Mr. Yang, typical of farmers that had lived during the cultural revolution, could neither read nor write. To appease the president, he drew three circles to represent his name. Since that meeting, the Chinese government paid for some calligraphy lessons for Mr. Yang. Today, for a nominal fee, one can garner an improved autograph from Mr. Yang. Unfortunately, he was not present during our most recent visit.

    We got back to Chang'an No. 1 High School two hours ...

    The Ancient City of Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by stephanddave on Sep 25, 2012

    1 comment

    ... city walls. It took a lot longer than expected thanks to the scale of the map being really wrong but once there we were pleased to find a large park, courtyard and loads of fountains surrounding (the already closed) Pagoda. We snapped away and picked up some more street food on the way back to the hostel for tea consisting of some spicy meat sticks and a corn on the cob for a wallet friendly £1.10! We finally got back to the hostel after a long day and had a quick drink before dozing ...