Jiaoda Nan Yang Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... Yongzheng he used it periodically as a home. However, his successor, Emperor Qiantong turned it into a lamasery in 1744 which it remains to this very day. It is the largest Tibetan monks complex in China, (outside Tibet).
It is set out much like the Forbidden City. There are a series of large halls with subsidiary pavilions on each side. The first hall was called Yongyou and was once the Princes reception area. Inside were three Buddhas one of Light one of Medicine ...
... met a Canadian girl traveling alone we invited her to tag along for the ride. The day was filled with bumpy stone roads, jiggly tires and laughter. We peddled fast down ramps and dangled our feet from the peddles acting like five year olds. As three girls on bikes we were a favorite of the kids passing by and were always greeted with a hello. Making it back in our designated amount of rental time, 100 minutes, we set off to sneak in a little shopping before our evening ...
... ambassador students as well as the 3 female Chaperones always ending with the quote "Oh my gosh, that's so cute". Even when they don't wear a dress, the women fashion is a cute jean, T-shirt style that often goes along with the haircut they had. Their jeans aren't like most of the ones back in the US, they're more straight and does not really tighten around the thighs and butt. Examples of this style is A02, Ochirlv, and Peacebird. I'm pretty sure the style of jeans is ...
Spring festival is the longest festival in the Chinese calendar and runs for 15 days, a pretty impressive effort.
I had heard that there was an amazing lantern display at Dayanta Pagoda, so set off on Thursday night to try and see it.
Traffic was manic around the area, but eventually I found my friend among all the people & we also met up with a young Chinese woman from Canton province who took us to ...
Our visit to Xi'an can be broken down into 3 parts; the fabulous terracotta army, the not so fabulous anti-Japanese riots shutting down the city, and a very fabulous food crawl led by our new friend Jenny.
Our trip to Xi’an was again on a super smooth fast train flying along at 250km/hour so only took a few hours. We were surprised by how cheap the "soft-seat" tickets were; about £20 for a journey that in the UK would have cost more like £120. The only ...
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