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

Underground expose!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 15, 2014

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... bunker very pleased with our sight-seeing discovery. Although the figures weren’t quite of the gigantic nature as of those of the Qin Terracotta warriors, the Han Yang Ling Mausoleum, more than made up for it with a world class presentation. Needless to say, our friendly driver, was very pleased with himself having guided us successfully around the site, especially as he hadn’t previously been ...

Money money money....

A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 20, 2014

Keen to have some shopping time, we braved the Xi'an marketplace where our skills at bargaining was tested. Lots of food options like goodness-knows-what on a skewer, sweets and pastries. Of course an awful lot of "genuine imitation" Chinese knick knacks. We were warned about the pick pocketing as well as receiving fake Yuan as change when making purchases, so armed with knowledge and freshly alert, our sea of red dispersed for some retail therapy prior to ...

8th world wonder? Not sure... Still impressive!

A travel blog entry by vadetotravel on Oct 29, 2013

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... quick look at the Mausoleum of Qinshuang which is not uncovered and is basically a man made Hill covered by trees. Scientist have probed the Mausoleum and found unusual high levels of mercury. Probably in the coming years when technology improve they will start excavation works... And xian has a new tourist gem... Today is Tuesday and I intend to go cycling on top of the city walls... Guess that will be fun...

Bars, Bartering, and Tut Tuts

A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels on Jul 14, 2013

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... city. Its original purpose was for holding a massive
bell, which can still be seen, that was rung every morning. Its counterpart the
Drum Bell can be seen from atop and was rung to mark evening. You can visit
both with a combined ticket from 50 yuan but we opted for a single ticket to
Bell Tower for 35. From atop however the polluted haze that we saw in the
countryside also affected the views from up here, however visibility was better
than on our bus ride from ...

The Terra Cotta Warriors Museum.

A travel blog entry by chabuquita on Apr 29, 2013

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... City when I was pushed but hordes of tourists trying to keep up with his guide. It works and I feel good now.
After eating lunch, We headed to the Museum. Its all high tech now and even the farmer who discovered the warriors was charging to be photographed. Anyhow, I got his autograph.
Pit number 1 was the most interesting one. Here is where the bulk of soldiers are al lined up according to rank. Their size, ...