Mingdu International Hotel

Address: No.140 Weiyang Road, Weiyang District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710021, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Weiyang District area of Xi'an, is near Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Great Mosque, Drum Tower (Gulou), and Huaqing Hot Springs.
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The Big Goose Pagoda & Terracotta Army

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Oct 26, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... together in a slow and painful process. The army was made for Emperor Qin (who unified China) who said he needed warriors to protect him and his tomb in the afterlife. The warriors are all based on real people and are all different. It's like looking back in time to over 2,000 years ago! Pit 1 contains common and foot soldiers, many have no body armour. Behind are Generals and horses. Pit 2 contains archers,  more horses and horsemen and infantry. Pit 3 contains the ...

Xi'an - Day 2 - Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 25, 2014

21 photos

... in his afterlife and to help him continue his rule even after death. There were only three pits available for us to visit. The largest pit was Pit 1, the first one we went to see. It looks like a big airplane hangar with around 2000 warriors on display and some horses. One of the most amazing things is that's no two warrior faces are identical amongst the thousands there. Unfortunately, over time, due to various factors, the colour has faded. It truly would have been great to ...

Beautiful City

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 27, 2014

6 comments, 5 photos

... with the camels, it was time to go. Instantly recognizing the feeling of sadness, I felt strange, I felt as if I wasn't able to capture enough beauty of this phenomenal place. Either way, we were getting closer to the "meeting" spot. I could already see other students' BCPS shirts with Chinese and American flags proudly placed on a blue background. Just as we were about to leave, all of us noticed eight Chinese performers ...

The love of a monk, or two ;-)

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Nov 06, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... I could have a little conversation with the monk to cover the basics. Off he wanders when we have reached the limits of my pigeon Mandarin, only to track me down a little while later in another part of the temple to share his bread with me. I was so incredibly overwhelmed as this altruistic gesture that I got all emotional again. These men live the simplest of lives and yet are willing to share the little then have with me?! But, that is not all. The monk ...

Cultural Differences

A travel blog entry by jonlaws on Jul 06, 2013

... Chinese are not ashamed to eat loudly. There is a particular move that many Chinese engage in where they will raise their bowl of food to their lips and quickly shovel food into their mouths with their chopsticks while loudly slurping and inhaling. If I did this at our table growing up, my mom would have probably sent me to my room for a timeout. 2) Smoking. Not much to report here other than the fact that smoking is alive and well in China. Like in Spain, there ...