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

Nihao from Pingyao and Xi'an

A travel blog entry by aarkventure


... us to the nearest dodgy alley but thankfully, he led us straight to the bus station we needed. The bus was very old, with lots of flies and everyone smoked and spat during the trip, but actually it wasn't that bad! Butwe were very happy then we reached our destination.

Pingyao is a very picturesque town that still has most of its ancient city walls in tact. Red lanterns adorn the streets and you do feel that you have entered a bit of a time ...

Slums, Temples, and Cheeky Icecreams

A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels


... br> south gate exit there were cheesy face hole caricatures to take your photos
with as well as massive drums to hit.

Our plan following our trek along the wall
was to get a tut tut back to the hostel. The men here at the gate were catering
for more wealthy Chinese tourists and wanted at least 50 yuan for the journey.
Being our frugal selves we thought we would make the 2 mile trek back to the
hostel on foot. ...

The land of the Terra Cota Warriors

A travel blog entry by chabuquita


We arrived at this city at 8 in the morning. Every time we have a city guide and a new driver. They all are called Jack but the guides have different names like crystal in Beijing and Darie here. Our overall guide is Jenny and she is awesome.
After checking in in a very beautiful hotel. The Garden Hotel of Xian, we had Tai Chi lessons. Then they took us to the west ...

The Terracotta Army

A travel blog entry by intrepidus


... various distinguishable body parts of both men and horses that lie half excavated . It is the cliched work in progress.
Sadly the emperor's own mound is left untouched as records suggest it is booby trapped with all manner of objects even mercury. It was said that the Japanese flagged they had the technology to open the tomb but the price they wanted [50% of the find] was more than China was prepared to pay. So the emperor's mound completed thousands of ...

I Predict A Riot!

A travel blog entry by matfloyd


... atmosphere was.

We stood around, watching as people holding banners wandered by, we reasoned that it wasn’t some form of anti-westerner demo as no-one gave us any problems or even looked badly at us, as such we didn’t feel threatened at all. The bashing on the windows and chanting would peter out, and then rise again to a crescendo. We met a person staying in our hostel and she informed us that it was an ...


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