Daohang Hotel

No.1 Guanghua Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710075, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Xi'an - my first all alone trip within China

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai


... impressed by her knowledge and I really enjoyed my time with her.

After seeing the terracotta army we went back to Xian and did a short visit of the goose pagoda. Very nice as well and especially the story is amazing. The pagoda has been broken in the middle during an earthquake. A few years later they had another earthquake which brought both peaces of the pagoda back together. Cool part of history, isn’t it?!

After that I had ...

Bells, Drums and Shopping

A travel blog entry by bcpschina


... time for Jen and I to get them done since there was only an hour left. The ladies were very nice and tried to say some English. We used the Chinese we knew to communicate somehow. Once they were done, Jen and I were very happy with the results. My host student has a class from 4-6, so my host mother and I went shopping for some clothes in a supermarket. Later, Jason's host family took us to a nice restaurant. There's always so much food in ...

Xi'an - where's that Bell Tower (and free pickup)?

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad


... find a place that did sell large veggie wrap-like things although it took a lot of persuading not to include any meat... Lesson of the day: Chinese people don't do veggie. Another McDonalds raided successfully for sugar for our daily morning cuppa tea with English bags of course (still 80 tea bags left and counting..!) The other main attractions on the way to the Muslim Quarter like the bell tower were swathed in scaffolding and netting and cosy a small fortune to enter - oh ...

Very Well Trained

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... before discovering our mistake. Graeme’s stomach was crying out for food so we stopped at a Burger King situated on a square in a pedestrian shopping district. As I fully enjoyed my Whopper breakfast we watched a troupe of about twenty Glee wannabes practice a dance routine right outside our window.

Properly(?) nourished we set out again and eventually found our hostel. It wasn’t much to look at from the outside but our new digs ...

Chinese Countryside І

A travel blog entry by lihongyun

... containin9 205 million households inhabited by 790 million people. During the long process 0f change and development in the Chinese countryside, the hardworking, simple people of ancient China developed a brilliant farming culture and ethnic traditions, writing chapter after chapter in the history of the peoples in the world. China has a vast territory and long history with great differences in natural conditions among different areas of the country. The natural resources ...


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