Linyuan Hotel

Address: No.233 Xiguan Main Street, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710082, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Freezing in Xi'an for Christmas

A travel blog entry by cdavis0496 on Dec 28, 2014

6 comments, 40 photos

... the courtyard to use the bathroom or take a shower. Brrr! I was in a 6 bed dorm with 4 other girls, none of them that spoke English other than hello. I was able to communicate a bit, but they were from up north and used the standard northern version of Mandarin. Nali = Nar (where) Hua = Huar (flower). Some things are easy to understand, but overall I had a hard time understanding their questions.


Day 1 in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by reecedevon on Apr 17, 2014

3 photos

... us about how it is the oldest city in China, and about how it was the capital for 1,100 years until it was moved to Beijing. The brief history lasted about an hour, because we had been on our way to a museum. The museum was one that had the collective history of China and the 7 major dynasties. We learned about how emperors ruled and traveled, how inventions were made and tombs were built. Essentially it was all of freshman world history ...

Terra cotta warriors

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 23, 2013

3 photos

We were up early and quickly had a cup of coffee and a bit of bread. Windy and a bit wet outside but w walked to the train station from where local buses to the terra cotta warriors and horses left. Easy to find and we saved ourselves a handsome amount a money for doing this ourselves rather than with a tour. Took almost an hour by bus and when we had arrived it rained quite heavily. First ti e w used our rain coats. Too many Chinese tour people ...

Silk Road: Day Three

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Aug 19, 2013

1 comment, 77 photos

I woke up at seven am and went with Jessie to breakfast on the second floor of our hotel. We ran into Kelsey and Amelia.

At eight-thirty am, we walked over to the City Wall to bike. The City Wall in Xi'an is the last completely standing city wall in China.

At the beginning of biking, I dropped my water bottle in my hand because I forgot to bring my backpack. People yelled at me to get it, but I didn't want ...

Terracotta Army hits target; bullet train misfires

A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 07, 2013

2 comments, 4 photos

... to its painted colour looked liked a recently buried person (sadly the paint oxidises incredibly quickly so nearly all the soldiers we saw were just a dark grey). In Florence's words: The Terracotta Army was old. Some of them were having a big hug at the back as they were being rebuilt (Ed's comment - only one soldier has ever been found intact all the others have been painstakingly reassembled after being knocked over and broken as the roof ...