Xi'an City Hotel
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You see the contrast in Xian almost at the moment of arrival. Walking out of the railway station, the famous City Walls are right in front of you. They're several hundred years old, 12m high, 14m thick and form an oblong around the city centre, which is a total of nearly 14km in length. Many such historical structures were removed during the …
Xi'an Day 1
Train arrived, we leapt aboard and found our carriage, we shared with a couple of Chinese (no surprise there) we were never sure if they were a couple or Father and Daughter. They had some friends next door who came round for tea. Within and hour or so they were sharing some food and we were drinking their rice wine. None of …
Well I have just returned from a four day excursion to China's cultural city of Xi'an. This city used to be the ruling center for dynasty after dynasty in Chinese history. Part of the trip was an optional 1 credit field study in which you have to write a paper about Chinese culture. For those of you that know me, I really don't need more credits …
This past weekend I flew to Xi'an, only about 1 hour away, and went to see the Terra Cotta Warriors. It was pretty cool and Xi'an was also a really nice city with the inner part of it contained within some very old, high, and beautiful city walls. I'll be uploading pictures some night this week.
One of the students in the USAC program decided he wanted to go to Xi'an to see the famous terracolta soldiers. Before we know it, 22 piers decided to take the train and spend a couple of days in this ancient capital city. My International Business class met all day on Thursday so we could make the train today. (Normally classes would have run …
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