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

Xian

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Apr 04, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

... next day we had an 11am train back to ZZ. The train ride back was good, I love the train here. Xi'an, next to Harbin has been one of my favourite places to visit. I feel as though, Zhengzhou just really does not have much to offer in terms of culture. But other cities that I have traveled to have been so beautiful, it makes me think that perhaps, I could have been happier had I of gone to another city. Either way, if ever in China, check out Xi'an and Lost Plate Food ...

Day 12! Towers and Muslim quarter

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam on Feb 08, 2015

4 photos

... train?! Once through passport control it's baggage security. We're just about on time for our train which is already boarding so we quickly buy food then head for the train. We decided to go 1st class for this journey. We have our own cabin with bunk beds. It's comfortable with clean white sheets. We watch the lego movie on Clíonas tablet once the train starts to move and now we're all cuddled in bed. Beijing at 9.30 tomorrow morning. Night night,Clíona, Miriam, Des & Cian ...

Journey from Beijing to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Aug 30, 2014

5 photos

... rice, very weird. Josh and Betina tried a lamb foot, yep it's as strange as it sounds, they thought it was lamb leg lol and we all had some weird veg hot pot thing which tasted too funky that we had to leave it for our stomach's sake. Afterwards I'm then persuaded to go for one drink at this bar street area which we take a local tuk tuk like transport to. It's definitely safer and better for the environment than a tuk tuk as it runs on electric. ...

The impressive Army of Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 23, 2013

1 photo

... be the army headquarters due to the number of high-ranking officers unearthed here. The next pit, Pit 2, was considerably bigger containing around 1300 warriors and horses, which were still being excavated. Here we managed to get a view of excavated soldiers up close in glass cases including a kneeling archer, a standing archer, a cavalryman and his horse, a mid-ranking officer and a general. The level of detail was impressive with ...

And On a Related Note...

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 15, 2013

3 comments, 3 photos

... finished, and they got a chance to walk around, but 30 minutes later, a group of 11 wanted to walk down the stairs. Mrs.Flynn (who is afraid of heights) walked all the way up the mountain, and right back down, 30 minutes later.

We started our descent down the mountain; the first part is very steep, and everyone was holding tightly onto the chain railing. We all thought the first part was very steep, but the second part was even steeper, ...