Shenpeng Business Hotel

Address: No.7 Zhangba North Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710077, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

The Day of Travel (the neverending journey)

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... the flight numbers. At this point the students learned how to count off to twenty (A skill which we would practice throughout the day) and we were off to Virginia.

Dulles airport was a breeze as everything was still in English and the only thing causing any concern was how much did our bags actually weighed. The flight over largely consisted of movies and an annoying chess game whose touch screen was not ...

Pagoda, Museum, Mosque and Muslim Street

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 12, 2014

15 photos

... but Wei took us into the museum shop, spoke to a friend and we were inside in a moment. He was very interesting showing us artefacts dating back thousands of years to the dawn of Chinese history and the first dynasties, but as time was pressing & we were getting tired, we rushed him on a little so we could get to see the Muslim Quarter. On the way to the car, we passed a guy flying many little kites spaced along a string and he ...

Long Time No See

A travel blog entry by chenli on Apr 06, 2014

13 photos

... names. Then there are students named Seven, Eleven, Five, Two, Even and Well, and, well, I have no idea where these names come from. There are a few girls in my classes that have names that are commonly boys' names: Jason, Luke, and Ryan, though Sandra Bullock's name in Gravity is Ryan, so maybe this is a trend? Luke is a very girly girl too. She had her name for a while before I met her, so I don't want to ask about it. There are also many girls with names like ...

The eerie underground pits of Jingdi's tomb

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Sep 24, 2013

1 photo

... 50 centimetres and looked quite eerie with no arms (these were made of wood) or clothes, which had disintegrated long ago. In addition to the hundreds of small male statues toppled on each other there were also rows upon rows of animals, including pigs, dogs, oxen, chickens, goats and horses. Interestingly the Han-dynasty emperor Jingdi (188–141 BC) was influenced by Taoism and based his rule upon the concept of wúwéi ...

We Can't Stop Blogging!

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 15, 2013

3 comments, 3 photos

... rusted and some were shiny and new. but however old or new they are, what matters is what they represent. They all represent love.

You lock the lock onto the railing and then chuck the key off the mountain. Cute, right?
Looking at them it was cool thinking about all the different people who locked their love on this mountain.

And of course, we joined them.

Laura picked out a lock and had it engraved "BCPS China 2013". ...