Shaanxi Hotel

No.1 Zhang Ba Gou Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710032, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The City With a Pottery Army and a Smaller Wall

A travel blog entry by josh_manning

... staying, I met a guy from Italy, Elio. It sounded as if we had a pretty similar itinerary for the next few days so got each other’s emails before we went our separate ways. I found the hostel with relative ease, I was staying at the Hang Tang Hostel, which again was situated on a tiny little street. I Put all my stuff in my room and headed out to the Muslim quarter for some food. There was a lot of street food about which was all pretty tasty, but I found the local people ...

Walls, Warriors in the Bedroom but no Cycling

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


Yesterday must have been a one off as things, and our moods, have improved considerably. Today was a quiet day pottering exploring our new surroundings in Xian which was once the capital of China. Whilst there is little left of the old city the walls which surround it are still intact. They were built in 1370 and are in such good order that you can cycle the 13km round the city on top of the walls, on a road about ...


A travel blog entry by amyfisher

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Since the Terra Cotta Warriors were discovered by farmers trying to dig a well in 1974, tourists have been flocking to Xi'an to see for themselves the giant army that Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China, built for himself to be protected in the afterlife. Although I have seen the warriors twice already, I was still excited as I boarded the overnight train to Xi'an.
The train station in Beijing is seeing Beijing at its most crowded. We were like ninjas as we surveyed ...

Really, really, Really old stuff

A travel blog entry by deborah.young


A couple of weeks ago I decided that I should make sure I have seen all the places of interest before I leave Xi'an in 2 months time, so I headed out to a place called the Banpo museum.

It is on the eastern side of the city and Kasia (new Polish teacher) and I decided to meet at the railway station and get the bus out there. All sounded quite simple from the web site, but this is China, right?

It was ...

Once Were Warriors

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome


... around us. Steve was trying to show off by doing some bunny hops, however, he then claimed he had a flat tyre so not sure if the two were in fact linked??

We then headed to the wild goose pagoda. It is named after a temple in India, the story is about a goose flying over and dropping dead in the yard and I think they then became vegetarian or they finally got food?? Not sure which one but both sound good right? The pagoda is 7 stories high and not ...


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