New City Inn

Address: No.39 East Zaoyuan East Road, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710077, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Beijing to Xian

A travel blog entry by blakes on May 26, 2015

7 photos

... The restaurant turned out to be a Brazilian barbecue. We wound up having a light dinner and drinks at a very loud piano bar. We all complained to the waitress because we couldn't even hear ourselves think. The pianist took a break and when she returned she toned it down a bit. Thank goodness. After dinner we went to bed in anticipation of the next day's Terra Cotta ...

The Day of Travel (the neverending journey)

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

What a day. For those new to travel and for the experienced traveler the day of travel to China can be described as grueling at its best. We left Baltimore at about 8am in high spirits and a sense of adventure which hopefully will carry over throughout the trip. The first minor hiccup occurred when I realized I had left the flight information in my wife's car...not to worry though as a quick phone call allowed me to ...

Pagoda, Museum, Mosque and Muslim Street

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 12, 2014

15 photos

... in the Dacien Temple in a southern suburb of Xi'an, Big Wild Goose Pagoda was originally built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) for the store of Buddhist sutras that were taken from India by the monk Xuanzang. We didn't go in but photographed it from the front where a large area of fountains and pools makes for an interesting setting. We will see many more temples on our trip. When we arrived at the museum we could see long queues ...

Long Time No See

A travel blog entry by chenli on Apr 06, 2014

13 photos

... students with names that are almost like real names: Slina, Arcy, Janly, Hubery. There are the names that are very popular: Jane, Lily, Cindy, Wendy, Ann, Anna, Mary; I pretty much have at least one of each in all of my classes. There are many students with natural names: Rain, Snow, Wind, Daisy, Rose. There are some names that seem strange to native English speakers - Snow, Tree, Red, Dragon - that are common names in Chinese and are often taken directly from ...

The eerie underground pits of Jingdi's tomb

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 24, 2013

1 photo

... a number of flights of stairs. We were immediately impressed by the atmospheric dimly lit glass corridors, which felt very futuristic and contrasted with the ancient excavation site which consisted of 21 narrow pits. The glass tunnel took us right over the pits allowing us to walk over the top of ongoing excavations and get a great view of the relics. Quite different to the Terracotta Warriers, these Terracotta statues were much smaller ...