Meilun Hotel

Address: No.86 West Street, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Day 11 xi'an and terra cotta warriors

A travel blog entry by cliona on Feb 07, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... a surprise and not exactly what was on the menu, but what could we expect?! Des's "pure duck" wasn't duck.. But turned out to be ducks blood or something, yuk! And the spring rolls aren't the same as the ones that we are used to, they were rolled up omelettes with spring onion and scrambled egg in them, strange. But the rest of the food was yummy. Des's phone is now working again too, so can contact him again!
Our first plan was to go to the Moslim quarter ...

Xi'an - Day 2 - Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 25, 2014

21 photos

It was very true that there was bacon for breakfast! Although there was Chinese available for breakfast including sushi, rice, pickled vegetables and more, they did have western breakfast that included a variety of types of eggs, bacon, cereal, croissants, and more. I didn't really realized how much I missed having these things until I saw it all. I get 4 mornings of this!! One of the main things I really wanted to see on this leg of my travels was the Terracotta Warriors. They did ...

The Warriors

A travel blog entry by missycarlson on Jul 13, 2014

6 photos

Yesterday we traveled to Xi'an to see the Terra Cotta Warriors. This was one of my bucket list items and I was not disappointed. After a short 1.5 hr plane flight we arrived in Xi'an which was a balmy 95 degrees. We drove an hour to get to the dig site. The warriors were found by a farmer digging a well in 1974. It quickly became one of the largest archaeological finds ever! The warriors were made in 221 b.c. by the Emperor Qin. He ...

Chinese version of York!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Jan 15, 2014

2 comments, 75 photos

... and rickshaw drivers.....! We headed for the official taxis and managed to get in one, but he played the game of I dont know what you mean by meter! So we asked how much, 20 Yuan, 2 GBP. We knew the meter started at 80 pence and we had all our luggage so 2 GBP wasnt a problem and it was 10 minutes. Really it would have been about 1.20 GBP. So we hadn't lost much.

He dropped us at the bottom of the street, we could see the sign for a hostel. We went in and they told us we were ...

Golem! Golem!

A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 20, 2013

6 photos

... exquisitelly wonderful sauce in the history of cuisine. Ever. The year 1974, though in the Western world most notorious for me being born and Abba winning the Eurovision song contest, is in the Xi'an area most famed for the discovery of a bunch of clay men. While digging for water, a local farmer discovered what looked like a clay representation of a soldier, and the rest is, you know History, with a big H. The site of the Terracotta Warriors ...

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