Jiade Hotel Xi'an

No.37 Keji Road, High Technology Development Zone, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710075, China | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Yanta District area of Xi'an, is near Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayanta), Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta), Famén Temple (Famén Sì), and Hanyangling Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The Terracotta Army

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Sep 02, 2014

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... itself, it's crazy busy and hot, I'm impressed I managed to find the platform. The train itself was delayed but when it did come I was pleasantly surprised, for some reason I was expecting tighter and more cramped conditions. The train is colder than I thought it would be but at least I'm sitting next to a nice young couple who share their weird seed/nut snacks with me. It's sweet and I'm glad as I try and sleep for the ...

Xian

A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 20, 2014

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... where we needed to go and would go on to show us to correct bus, that would take us on to our hostel. Xian was very busy and people of all walks of life congregated outside the station sometimes wearing their pj's, which is actually quite normal in China.The Chinese girl was very insistent that we kept an eye on our belongings, so I grabbed my money belt tight.

The hostel was fab, with typical Chinese decor, a bar and family of cats with four little kittens. They had ...

Arriving in X'ian

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 21, 2014

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... Cixi, who is also known as the “Dragon Lady” and essentially ruled China from the 1860s to early 1900s, controlled the country, but is deemed to have always stood behind an emperor, and therefore to not have “officially” ruled China.
After Tang dynasty China broken into 10 small countries. Then Song dynasty unified China again. Confucianism became main philosophy in Song dynasty. The Song dynasty was much more conservative ...

What's normal?

A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Jun 07, 2013

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... brownie, and started questioning the bartender. "You said this had no nuts in it! What's this!" Oh oh. There's a problem here. The young guy says yes, he is allergic, and has an epipen, that he immediately goes upstairs to get. His friend comes down with him, and stabs him. It was at that point that the bartender realizes the seriousness of the situation. "I will call the ...

Xi'an

A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 25, 2012

... did some rearranging and we got seats next to each other. We were surrounded by six little old Chinese ladies who were obviously going on or returning from a pilgrimage. Fortunately they didn't take up much room, and for a lot of the time they were asleep with their legs tucked up under them, which gave us some much needed legroom.

The train was very crowded. The lights stayed on all night. Trolleys selling food, drinks and toys plied the aisles ...