Aviation Hotel Shanxi

200m from Xianyang International Airport Entrance, Xianyang, Shanxi, 710061, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the airport zone area of Xianyang.
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    Travel Blogs from Xianyang

    Day 5-Terracotta Warriors, Springs and Paragodas!

    A travel blog entry by jackcooper2013 on Nov 28, 2013

    2 photos

    ... I guess their armour looked clean? Oh well, unlucky for them. We went for lunch at the on site rosters unit, before heading to see pit 3, the smallest of the 3. However, it was no less impressive. This one allowed for a juxtaposition of scope between the two pits, and an overall appreciation of the attention to detail and scale that the entire place stands for. Finally, on to the warriors of Pit 2...I mean, just pit 2. It actually doesn't contain any visible warriors, ...

    Exuberance of Xian

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 13, 2013

    24 photos

    ... answer its call. It is one of 4 grand mosques in China, and a traditional focus for the 50 000 muslims in Xian. Our time was waning in Xian, but a special night was waiting to enamour the interest of the group. The Tang Dynasty Show was full of exotic costumes, which only helped to enhance the sets, and the wonderful skills of the performers. The performance was of Chang'an music and ...

    Dumplings & Muslims

    A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Aug 25, 2012

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... in the Muslim Quarter, famous for street food & vendors. This was also right by our hostel, which was the one redeeming quality it had - great central location. This area dates back to the 8th century, when Xi'an was the beginning (or end) of the Silk Road. It was the largest city in the world, & 1/3 of the population was made up of foreigners. To this day many of the people in this area look & dress middle eastern. We waded through throngs of people & tried ...

    Terra Cotta and dumplings and more!

    A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 11, 2012

    7 comments, 25 photos

    ... the Buddhist scriptures were brought when the Silk Road was in it’s heyday. Evidently some very learned and religious Chinese person went to India, learned the language, translated all of the Buddhist scriptures, came back to China and stored the scriptures here in a Pagoda which looks very much like the stuppas in India. (He left scriptures in many places, but this one Pagoda houses some very significant ones.) People leave all sorts of prayers for ...

    Seven Nation Army

    A travel blog entry by magentadreams on Jun 06, 2012

    ... 4000 years ago Emperor Qin Shi Huang wanted eternal rule (I learnt this from Lonely Planet…). He drank mercury to prolong his life but also used it to poison his enemies – go figure…? He had slaves build I think 60 000 warriors (this is a figure I remember, however I could be wrong…) to guard his tomb. They took 40 years to create and he ruled for only 37 years. They ...