Hongqiao International Hotel

Address: 18B East Taoyuan, South Second Ring Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Blue Skies in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 05, 2015

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... pond where you could get boat rides. There were miniature exhibits of what certain buildings looked like in the Tang dynasty and large buildings that functioned as replicas, one of which was still under construction.

At some point, Josh and I split off from the big group to go explore on our own. Eventually, we found a recreation of the palace itself. However, we could only get so close. After that, the two of us found a small museum in the ...

Next stop Xi'an at 297km per hour

A travel blog entry by mel.jackson2013 on Jun 18, 2014

... hands and the heads of the terracotta warriors were made separately, and each head is reputed to be different and individual. Although all the warriors were in the pits they had been buried in, many of them were in pieces and have had to be restored. The museum technicians and craftsmen who undertook this difficult task often had to remodel parts to restore areas of the figures that were too badly damaged to be reconstructed."

So after visiting the Army, I met 2 more ...

Bucket list item

A travel blog entry by chinatour2014 on Apr 25, 2014

6 photos

... which was covered by wood beams and some sort of thatched roof then dirt on top of that. The sites it is believed was sealed and meant to be left untouched. The marauding army smashed every single warrior then set fire to the wood structure this fact is backed up by the finding of charcoal in the pits. Burial mound of the QinShihuang’s ...

Day 8 - Muslim Quarter

A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 15, 2013

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Feeling much better after a good night sleep. We decided to go and explore the Muslim Quarter (the largest Muslim area in China). It was crowded, smelly and colourful - a fascinating place. After meandering around the extensive number of lanes and alleyways, we found a restaurant for lunch. We felt inclined to try the local dish - lamb broth filled with chunks of pitta bread. They serve you the bread in a bowl first ...

Our Boys Can Shop!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 30, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... that you certainly will not pay anything near the first price they shout at you. Some say that haggling for your price feels uncomfortable at first, but it came very naturally and simply to me. As you do it more and more, you begin to acquire a set of skills and tricks to get the salespeople to lower
the prices for you. All things are allowed at the Muslim market including lying, yelling, and more. You can do or say whatever to get ...