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


A travel blog entry by kas19 on Dec 02, 2014

... my restless sleep the gal from London dropped her pillow and it knocked a beer all over me, in my drowsy state it took a long time to realize what was happening and grab the wet wipe from her to clean it up. Our train experience some delays and our twelve hour train ride turned into fifteen. I was just grateful I had a bed to rest on and not just a seat. We finally arrived in Suzhou at 12 PM the next day. It was a long and cramped ride, not something I wanted to try again anytime ...

Day 30: Xi'an (Raining...again) - Emily

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 15, 2014

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... shaped bun. Onto the trusty metro we went....you can't get lost on a metro...we headed south outside of the city walls to our furthest point of the day- The Wild Goose Pagoda. From the metro it was a good 20 minute walk in the never ceasing rain but thankfully and miraculously Laura got us there. We had to dodge puddles which were more the size of lakes than puddles and I nearly got run down by a poncho wearing moped driver. Wheel touched leg...it was ...

Wonderful Warriors

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Jan 21, 2014

12 photos

... holds the rows and rows of warriors you would have seen in photos. What I didn't realise was that most have now been painstakingly pieced together, as an enemy of Emperor Qin raided the tomb and burned and tried to destroy the statues. Subsequently, when they were found, many were in pieces. Looking at the site we also realised that only a fraction of what is there has been excavated. This is a full time job for several generations of archaeologists.

Pit 3 was ...

Xi'an ~ Crowded, but home of the Dumpling Feast

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 09, 2013

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... in such a bustling city. Come to Xi'an with an open mind to experience the dumplings whilst being brushed by the locals due to lack of sidewalk space. See the lit pagodas in the night sky, while walking past vendors selling street meat with their pet dogs alongside the cart waiting for your meat to fall on the ground for a random snack.

Different from Shanghai- Yes. Different from Beijing - Yes. Full of character- Yes. The yeses win. Yes. Xi'an is an ...

We Will Fail!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 29, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... it was awesome! Because who doesn't like huge, strangely lit, windowless rows of small shops that all look the same... (I was the only one who was creeped out, apparently) After testing our bargaining skills for a bit we all regrouped to begin the trek back to school. Karl , however, decided he wanted to buy a smoothie before we left. He ended up buying 4 smoothies. He initially intended to ...