Jiaoda Nan Yang Hotel

Address: No.1 Xingqing South Road, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710048, China | Hotel
 
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    Face to Face with the Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... estimated that most of them are from the late 3rd Century BC, or nearly 2300 years old! Susan explained to us that in 1974 when a local farmer was digging a well for his family farm he stumbled upon the first pieces of the clay warriors which, since 1986, have been one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of China. We started our tour in the main hall which housed the first pits that were discovered and held nearly 2000 warriors. It is believed that ...

    Terracotta Warriors and a day of delicious food!

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 22, 2014

    4 photos

    ... expression, hairstyles, armour and even the soles of their shoes. The kneeled archer the best as you can see some colour. This archers is also considered magic as he was found intact and helped locate the other warriors. Jaja told us that if they have nails in their shoes it means they are married. If the shoe is turned up and you can see the sole they are of high rank, and if its is flat to the ground they are low rank. The big mustache and the big ...

    The Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Sep 02, 2013

    34 photos

    ... officers by their clothing worn.




















    Pit two is still being excavated but this pit has calvary and infantry units as well as war chariots and is thought to represent a military guard. In this pit they have a standing archer, calavary man and his horse, a high-ranking officer, middle-ranking officer, kneeling archer and ...

    Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by girlinchina on Jun 08, 2013

    ... the characters. He told me about Xian's cuisine. I have no idea how to translate some of these things into English well, so you're just going to get the Chinese names right now. 肉来馍,面 ;皮,羊肉ཚ 9;,牛肉面ʌ 92;糊辣汤. He also said Xian has special art, but he didn't expand on that at all. Xian people's pronunciation is a ...

    Not-Paradise Park: Xi'an Part III

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 06, 2013

    55 photos

    ... which I had a great time mocking. I was also mocked by the English pair for saying "super", which is considered a pretty lame word by them. We finished up the rest of the wall, catching up, before heading to the Muslim Quarters, which some of them had yet to see. Keel had to head home because he had a class the following day, so he was unable to join in on the festivities.

    I've already captured the Muslim Quarters--we essentially did the same thing, though this ...