Linyuan Hotel

No.233 Xiguan Main Street, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710082, China | Hotel

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Cheers to the Bride and Groom!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina


... and cheers each
other. Everyone was drinking Chinese wine (which is not wine at all, it is strong liquor with a spice taste). Jack told me that a bottle of the Chinese wine cost $100+ US dollars and to take any that was left home to my host family. The next round of food was roasted pigeon, a whole sea bass (my favorite), noodles in broth, bread rolls, lobster with celery, and more meats. ...

Journey to the middle of China

A travel blog entry by ruthbell64


... offered ridiculously low amounts to sell up to developers, especially if they are near larger towns.
Met at the station by our guide, Coco, a very enthusiastic young woman, who attempted to give us a potted history of Xian during our ride to the hotel. Ron got glazed again so managed to distract her by asking lots of questions about everyday life in Xian.
This hotel is in the old walled part of the city, the walls are complete, with impressive gates, and could be walked ...

Bloody big tea pots

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony


... it may be a while before we get the next one, we nonchalantly wandered back to get a cab. Once in the cab, we immediately released that something was wrong as the traffic was snarled up in central we made the executive decision to jump out the cab and take the MTR at Wan Chai (yes that how far we got before we started to panic). It was a quick run and I'm sure I heard Nicole thanking me that I prevented her packing to much :-).

We managed ...

Trials & tribulations o Nanyue, Xi'an MayDays etc.

A travel blog entry by adrian.hosler


... personally and explain to them who this rando red-head was going to be...i mean Eric and i may very distinctly be the token foreigners here but we are distinct enough that i think they would catch on he was not Ms. A ha.
Soooo after some serious hassling of the teachers here I finally convinced Stella and Rena to take me to say goodbye. AND MAN WAS THAT AS WEIRD AS EXPECTED!
...reactions ranged from total confusion, to anger and sobbing, resentful looks, some ...

Xinglong Temple - Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by deborah.young


... 1982 Konghai Monument was constructed inside the Green Dragon Temple.

For uncertain reasons the Green Dragon Temple which had no fortune, like others in ancient China was destroyed. This was perhaps during the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).The present temple was reconstructed in 1963. Memorial halls for the earlier monks and exhibition halls with some excavations displayed are all built in the Tang architectural ...


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