Xi'an Fanzhuang

Address: No.298 East Street, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The Terracotta Warriors of Emperor QinShihuang

A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Oct 08, 2014

5 comments, 19 photos

It's 8.48pm and here I stand at Xi'an airport waiting for my plane back home to Shanghai and thinking of the amazing day I have just spent here.
I'm trying to compare the experience of the terracotta warriors with others, but I can only think of three - standing on the roof of one of the Twin Towers ...

Bullet train!

A travel blog entry by lkglover on Aug 25, 2014

6 photos

... in China, constructions of roads, highways, flats, office blocks etc are everywhere! In the evening I arrived at my hostel which was close to the metro and is very cool (it looks like a cafe in the Northern Quarter, Manchester). I have my own double bedroom here which is great as I am totally shattered! I booked myself on to a tour of the Terracotta Warriors for tomorrow- basically the only reason I came to Xi'an so we'll see how that ...

A Sweet Little Shout

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 24, 2014

5 photos

... time and finally three blows end the playing. I wait in the VIP room until Chinese, the most boring class, in which we learn a new song and watch a documentary. It is great; the show is long enough that we don't have time to finish and have to watch the rest tomorrow. I love when teachers give us videos to watch instead of lectures. Chinese class is followed by a interesting lunch, which I decided to skip. The rest of the day ...

Xian trip day 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 06, 2013

91 photos

... molecule shooting to up from the ground. The largest fountain in China was in front of me and was quite nicely choreographed to the music in the air. Having no idea that this existed and then stumbling upon it, was as I said in the video, epic. In the shadow of the fountain stands a building from the Tang Dynasty (652 AD) called the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. This pagoda was originally built to hold translations of Sanskrit Buddhist text. A Chinese Buddhist monk named ...

Fourth Day: Xi'an

A travel blog entry by daxandtyrer on Nov 12, 2012


... was that Jane went off with a woman who passably resembled an Eastern European weight lifter. It later transpired that she had to go all the way back to check in, buy a box, pack the stick inside and have it sent into the hold. I would have stuffed it up the weight lifters credentials, but she was determined to see it through. I have to say that I was greatly relieved to see her come back into view. Luckily she had taken her passport with her when she went off and ...