Taiwan Grand Hotel

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

Lost Passport

A travel blog entry by travelbugchris

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... that evening - all was urgency in more ways than one - Chinese New Year Holidays - Embassy closes on the 30th January and not open till 6th February. They were very helpful and fortunately we were able to accommodate our plans and travel to Beijing 29th, to meet up with Hayden.

Xi'an - pronounced - she/arn, was minus -6 degrees the night before and it rose to about 10 degrees in ...

Sweating it out in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic

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... mall in the world, just full of shops selling clothes for skinny people at highly inflated prices.
I was flagging in the heat and needed a rest so when we came out of the underpass we were right in front of Starbucks. It was a great place to stop and rest for a while before hitting the Muslim markets again. More shopping and then I waited for Todd while he went and looked around the Grand Mosque. I was just sitting, waiting and I spied a really good little ...

Bells, Drums and Shopping

A travel blog entry by bcpschina

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... Elizabeth and Connie. I saw many things that caught my eye such as: swords. jade bracelets, fake doctor dre's that a lot of people bought (LOL), and high quality ear buds. The most random thing that happened to us was when a group of people asked to take pictures with us . It was out of nowhere.

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Terracotta warriors

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley

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The terracotta warriors were discovered in 1974 by accident when some farmers were digging a water well. The site is now one of the most famous archeological finds in the world. The warriors were built for the first emperor of China - Qin Shi Huang - as protection in his afterlife. They were buried with him around 210 BC! It is thought over 700,000 workers helped to build the army and there are thought to be over 8,000 soldiers and 670 horses! Getting to the warriors was ...

Terracota Warriors

A travel blog entry by tomdaily

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Today we made a quick stop at Xingping City Park. Every morning, citizens come to do various exercises, whether Dance, ping pong, or whipping the monkey. I am not making that last one up. Today's highlight was going to see the terra cotta warriors. 8000 soldiers were made life size and each with a different face. The curator is so confident that each face is unique, if you find two alike. You get Tao take one home. The ...

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