Phoenix Hotel

Address: No.10 Jiangtan Rd., Baoji, Shaanxi, 721008, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.10 Jiangtan Rd., Baoji.
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Travel Blogs from Baoji

Field trip

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Aug 29, 2013

17 photos

... to do much. We had a table-full of kids to ourselves over lunch, and I now have a new-best-friend, Tom, who was giving me water from his bottle and putting food on my plate, and generally making a great job of hosting me! Very cute!

Heidi and I also mingled around while they were painting, but there wasn't much for us to do, just socialize and encourage the kids.

The bus trip ...

Lao Wai on the move

A travel blog entry by ctegtmeier on Oct 02, 2012

2 comments, 20 photos

... Fletch several times and because she is not married and has no documented reason for coming her visas are continually denied by the Chinese consulate. Anyway, Maggie got us lined up on a bus and we loaded at about 8 A.M. Our bus was one of the smallest in the fleet, and looked like it had been around the block a few more times than the others, "experienced" I thought. We were the last 3 people to board but that was actually ...

A Terracotta and grey sort of day

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 05, 2012

90 photos

... from becoming known.

After spending the morning exploring the Terracotta Army complex of pits we left Xi'an and headed west on the motorway. Feel every much that we are now on our way home. Seems a shame we didn't explore the city of Xi'an more as I would have enjoyed revisiting many of the sites again - but Eion and Andy seem very keen to keep moving onwards.

The weather was very grey and poor visibility which suddenly became a very heavy downpour. ...

Xian to Baoji to Tianshui

A travel blog entry by whereskyle on Jun 17, 2009

8 photos

... to fit all of our packs and ourselves into the back. The ride is uncomfortable but it sure feels great to get a ride. Mr. Liu owns this truck, he used to make 80,000-100,000 yuan a year but due to the financial crisis he's only making 20,000-30,000 - about the same as a driver on salary. Many of his friends have either sold their trucks and quit or sitting at home doing nothing.

They drop us off at Baoji, halfway between Xi'an and Tianshui. Mr. ...

Making friends with the devil-woman

A travel blog entry by goodygrass on Aug 11, 2007

1 comment, 5 photos

... other day I had had enough of us acting like kiddies, and apparently so had she. I was looking for a special Chinese fruit called 'Haw berry' to try, and was asking another fruit lady about it (with sign language and my chinese-english dictionary). Devil-woman rushed over and ended up helping me. And now we are best buddies! I give her a smile and thank her when she weighs my fruit and she chatters away to me ...