Prince Hotel

No.3 Fen Alley, South Main Street, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710002, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The road less travelled-what a wonderful weekend

A travel blog entry by bcpschina

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... Chinese poet in the poem titled "The song of Everlasting Sorrow" (beautiful poem, even translated) The palace and gardens were also hot springs. Set at the base of the li ching mountain (I hope I spelled that right) It was one of the most gorgeous establishments Ive ever been to. The picturesque beauty of the area brought within me a slight longing for the beauty of home as I live right in the mountains of south central Pa. But that was ...

A sea of useless men and no pizza ;-(

A travel blog entry by lilynomad

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... well now sea delicacy CHICKEN in it so we ended up with fried calamari and a soup for people with a gastric band! Lovely soup but not enough for the piglet that I am.  Walking the streets in China is always so interesting and I have developed a fascination for wedding dresses. Yes. I know this is a little odd but we have seen some of the most grotesque crimes  against fashion and this coming from me is really saying something. What has astounded ...

We have arrived in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by ronduh

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After a late night of packing and saying goodbye to our Chengdu tour guide Amy and Mama Rone, our flight took of for Xi'an. It always seems to be rainy on our travel days. It was raining when we left Chengdu and raining when we arrived in Xi'an. We met our Xi'an tour guide Tiffany am our new driver. We went to a buffet for lunch. The restaurant was filled with white people. ShaSha told me the Chinese people won't eat there. Lol. There was some Chinese food there bit there was also ...

Xi'an 西安: Food and Culture

A travel blog entry by michelleyeager

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... high and encloses the old center of Xi'an. In the summer of 2009, my friends and I biked around the city wall. This time we only walked to one of the guard towers, as time did not permit us to travel much further, though that's probably a good thing--the smog hanging over the city didn't exactly provide perfect biking weather!

After the City Wall it was back to walking around the Muslim Quarters and talking with the storekeepers. Jake, Dylan, and I bought ...

Who knew 10Km is actually quite far...

A travel blog entry by katyandgeoff

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... or the motorbikes heading straight for you tooting their horns! As it was lunchtime we found ourselves getting a little peckish so strolled around the stalls for some food. Before we knew it we had a box of dumplings and 10 Yen less! Some of the sales people can be very forceful but luckily they were very nice and we didn’t mind eating them. We then went a little further venturing down a side street that sold egg on a stick. They fry these mini eggs and add ...

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