Sun Shine Hotel

Address: No.158 Xinhua West Road, Taocheng District, Hengshui, Hebei, 053000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Hengshui.
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Travel Blogs from Hengshui

The Warriors

A travel blog entry by rell01 on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... they were still amazing.
Another one knocked off the list.
Rell bought some worriers to send home, they only stand 6ft tall. I mean 6 inches tall.
We also checked out a 6000 year old village & grave sites.
Had lunch again & another beer. They seem to keep finding me.
Off to dinner & a show with our guide Chris tonight & then get ready to fly out ...

Rode the Bullet into Xian

A travel blog entry by rell01 on Aug 08, 2013

5 photos

... is mind blowing.
They seem to be pulling down old town/cities & building mew ones.
The amount of construction & new suburbs is unreal.
The trip took 4.5hrs to complete.
Hotel in Xian is very good, got upgraded again apparently to a suit, we can't complain about that. We are off to see the Terracotta warriors tomorrow.
No beers today felt a little ...

The Teracotta Army!

A travel blog entry by teamstoobie on Aug 06, 2013

8 photos

... however these had rotted over the years.) There was even horses that originally had chariots but again after 2200 years these had also rotted away! In total there was almost 8,000 of these Warriors, a lot had been excavated although many still lay in piles! The most strangest thing is that the Emperor's tomb that is a few miles from the pits hasn't been touched. It is now overgrown and acts like a mountain in ...

Magnificent Terracotta Warriors.

A travel blog entry by cherylash on May 21, 2012

12 photos

... a mausoleum and burial ground of Emporer Qin Shi Luang and was built about the year 200, covers and area of 2.5 acres, and the warriors are actually 1.5 kms from the burial mound. The area was open to the public in 1979.
Actually very few pieces were intact. Over the years there is about 5 mts. earth on top of the warriors. It is a giant jig saw puzzle. There was never any 'record' in history of this mausoleum and all the workers were killed to ...

A note before we leave

A travel blog entry by chinacare on Jun 28, 2006

... schedule and set goals for yourselves. the reason i say this is that it was often hard for us to measure the impact we were making. and when we were completely drained of energy, it was easy to loose touch with where we were and what we were doing. don't get discouraged. the difference you will make will come in "small steps". i know holly has already decided that from now on, she will be teaching scotty--a 3 yr. old that still lives in the nursery, how to walk. ...