De Fa Chang Hotel

Address: No.28 Ping'an Market, Anban Street, Xincheng District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Xincheng District area of Xi'an, is near Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Great Mosque, Tomb of Emperor Liu Qi (Hanyangling), and Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta).
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    Travel Blogs from Xi'an

    Day 29: Xi'an (Muslim Quarter) - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 14, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... dinner tomorrow. Street food is turning out to be by far the best food that we've eaten in the whole trip - they mostly deep fry everything so I figure there can't be many germs that survive that, right? Once back, it was time to dry off (again - I swear I'm becoming part amphibian) and then to the hostel restaurant/bar for dinner. Felt very smug eating my rice with my chopsticks while the man next to us asked for a spoon... ...

    People with low spice tolerance are funny

    A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to be entertained by stabbing a hole through the nut instead of actually carving it. In our defense, it is very hard to carve anything good on those nuts. Class ended at 9:30, and we all went back to the VIP room.

    The next class of the day started today around 10:30. That was our Chinese class, divided into two groups, beginner and advanced Chinese. I'm in the advanced ...

    From tombs to moslem quarters to bike riding.

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 22, 2013

    13 photos

    ... to see what was going on at street level which made the ride a bit boring;however, nice Chinese music was piped out of loud speakers and it was a different type of tourist activity to a relatively low cost ($6.50 pp excluding entrance to the wall of $9 pp) and obviously memorable and nice with a bit of exercise. Afterwards we went to a street where there were souvenirs etc sold followed by a walk to another street lined with all sorts of bars. At that stage it ...

    Terracotta Army hits target; bullet train misfires

    A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 07, 2013

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... agree with him. In summary it was awesome. The level of craftsmanship was stunning and the sheer numbers created overwhelming (thousands of soldiers of many ranks are buried). We saw a few especially well preserved specimens in glass cases including some showing the original colours. We also saw some of the artefacts discovered such as a chrome plated sword which looked as sharp as the day it was forged (the Germans reinvented chrome plating in 1937 and ...

    Xi'an Day 3

    A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 05, 2013

    106 photos

    ... chose our route at random, assuming that all roads lead to Emperor Qin’s inanimate army. The concrete trails swell and converge as the foliage dissipates leaving an open slab of cement extending out. Passing through a second gate three buildings come into sight. The buildings look like what Mao thought buildings from the future might look like.

    There are three main building in the terracotta soldier area. We walked into the first building directly ahead of us. There is ...