Hotel Ibis Xi'an
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
The flight from Chengdu to Xi'an was the worst flight Iv ever experienced! We flew through 2 lightening storms, the turbulence was like being on a roller coaster simulator ride, it was that bad that the air hostesses were sat on the floor in the isle! As all the crew spoke in broken English, it was difficult to understand what they were saying as …
Today is our last day in Xi'an and we decided to stay in the old city visiting the Bell and Drum towers and the big mosque.
Both towers are very well preserved and offer a good view of the old city. From above, the city doesn't look as good as from the ground and this is surprising. The big mosque is a quiet place inside the busy Muslim …
Today was dedicated to the past history of the Shaanxi province. It started at the Bampo museum where the remains of a 6000 yo village were discovered by chance during the building of a new habitation area in 1956. The area was excavated and a lot of the village remains are on display in a large building protecting it. The museum is very well …
We woke up at 5 AM today to catch our flight to Xi'an. After a smooth flight we took a cab from the airport and we found out that the driving habits of Shanghai are actually valid all across China. You have to see it to believe it, like many other things in China. On the way to our hotel we passed huge apartment complexes, some ready, some under …
Our main purpose in coming to Xi'an (pronounced Shee-anne) was to see the Army of Terracotta Warriors, aka the Terracotta Army, but first we decided to see a little of Xi'an itself and spent a day exploring the city. Having recovered in the fantastic and highly recommended Ibis Hotel (lovely, helpful staff), we set off for the Muslim Quarter of the …
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Walking distance from the city wall, the drum tower and the bell tower and a 30min walk form the big goose pagoda, I would deffinitely stay again!!
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