Xi'an Fandian

Address: No.36 Chang'an Road North, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Terracotta Warriors Amazing and incredible!

A travel blog entry by kfamily on Sep 18, 2015

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... are another 594 pits over 56 square kilometres. These pits contain armoury, weapons, chariots and lots of other items that an Emperor takes to the afterlife. The Emperor’s Tomb is still closed up as they are not sure if all of the traps have been located and deactivated. As the guide had explained, he reckons that the idea for the Indiana Jones’ movies came from these tombs as they had so many booby traps in them to kill anyone ...

Living Nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 07, 2015

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... be truly appreciated…just maybe not because of his rap. We became allies. At this point, with both of us trapped under the government’s thumb, we asked ourselves: “WWDD?” And then it hit me; I could just wake up. So I did. And I feel blessed to live in a world where every human being is privy to Faruk’s absence of freestyle rap talent, but appreciative of his magnetic personality. Lor Ruk, we love you!

-Kira ...

Monks and Muslims in China

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 11, 2014

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... Chinese foods served again family style. We delayed our arrival as our guides learned there was a wedding dinner scheduled at noon. We notice the huge poster of the bride and groom. The bride dressed in a beautiful red dress allowed us to take photos with her, one of the other tour members, Kathy Levy and Susan. We learned from our local guide, Amber, that is common for the bride and groom to have professional wedding pictures taken several months before the ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 27, 2014

6 comments, 5 photos

... After briefly waiting in line to get the tickets, everyone, at last, had a chance to get inside. As the sun carelessly and impatiently threw its rays upon my skin, I was standing there, physically paralyzed, not knowing how to process all of the information that I was taking in. When taking about a place such as this, the concept of "Show, Don't Tell," undoubtedly must be exercised. What we saw was absolutely remarkable. Lakes, ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by brittneytran on Oct 23, 2013

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... The soldiers were painted to look even more realistic and then covered with a lacquer finish. They also held real weapons. Archeologists estimate that over 700,000 craftsmen worked on the project for several years. The bodies of the soldiers were made in an assembly line fashion. There were moulds for the legs, arms, torsos, and heads. These pieces were then assembled together and custom features such as ...