Taiwan Grand Hotel

Address: No.206 Lianhu Road, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710003, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Terracotta Army

A travel blog entry by carolineandkent on Sep 25, 2014

7 photos

Today we took a tour. The first place that we stopped was the Banpo Village. This was a village discovered near the yellow river and the houses were built partly underground. Our guide Layla explained all. We walked round the museum that was really interesting. Next stop at the Terracotta Army. We had lunch that was lovely. A whole selection of various different dishes. ...

Xi'an - a laugh a minute

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 10, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... even that has proven to be risky. Let's hope we didn't just donate to the Chairman Mao fund! We finished our Xi'an stay with dinner in the Western restaurant. I stuck with chicken wings, rice and a Chinese beer - but Mac did go "western" and tucked into a rib fillet and a rum! Our restaurant manager, who we had noticed at breakfast was STILL on duty...his normal day for 20 years has been 7.30 am till 10.00 pm. Thinking I should ask him if he is interested ...

Xi'an, China's Past

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Oct 30, 2013

12 photos

... Manichaeans and Buddhists. The city still has remnants of all the faiths dwelling together in peace, from the wild goose pagoda to the great mosque. One of the main attractions is the terra-cotta army that was discovered in 1974 by peasants digging a well. These are larger than life guards made out of terra cotta pottery, three pits have been discovered with over 7000 soldiers, archers, horses, archeologists are still working there every day and ...

The Soldiers

A travel blog entry by teamstof on Aug 29, 2013

8 photos

... 200 yrs to completely restore them all. It's good to see how they are originally found in the pits though. Only one has been found completely intake. That is the kneeling archer in my photo. Ed was excited going up to it, it's something he has been waiting to do. We then went to the Muslim quarter for lunch and a look around. I think this is the equivalent of China town in Australia. Lots of food stalls and junk shops. ...

Warriors on the go......

A travel blog entry by mknox on Apr 05, 2013

24 photos

... would speak English. Unfortunately our initial request for assistance which went like this; "can you help us hire a car to take us to warriors and then to the airport in the morning?"’ was met with a simple, ‘’no’’.

Well that squashed that plan….. So applying our usual trick of we will just stand here and look confused until you say yes…. The manager came forward and asked us to visit the business centre in the ...