Tang Ren Hotel

No.1A Wenyi North Road, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710054, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Lost Passport

A travel blog entry by travelbugchris


... The cold doesn't seem to keep the people off the streets, they just go about their business just the same. The whole place is covered in a thick haze, you can't see past a city block, and the air is very dry and dust covers everything.

Xi'an is the Capital of Shaanxi Province, and a sub-provincial city in China. One of the oldest cities in China, with more than 3,100 years of history. ...

Sweating it out in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic


... that would be very handy to carry the goods that I had already bought.
Back at the hostel it was rest up time and then we were off again back to the Muslim market because David fancied some of the lamb on skewers for dinner. We stopped and tried a few other things from various vendors. Some were good and others were only okay, but David got his lamb so he was happy. We did some last minute shopping and then it was back to the hostel with one last stop at ...

Warriors on the go......

A travel blog entry by mknox


Our final stop on our world wind tour of China was Xan home of the famous Terracotta Warriors. With only a few hours to enjoy the sights before an early afternoon flight back to Hong Kong we planned to arrive the night before and book a car for the morning to take us to the Warriors, wait and then drive us across the other side of city to the airport.

We arrived at our 'dull are us' Ibis hotel thinking we would be able to sort this out with hotel staff ...

Terracotta warriors

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... I caught a bus for the 10 minute drive to the train station (10p)! Then from there, a 50 minute bus (70p) which goes right to the entrance. Certainly better than paying £30 for an organised trip. The entrance fee for the warriors is expensive. £14! Having a student card halved the price to £7.50. From the ticket office, the entrance to the actual pits was a 15 minute walk away through shops, stalls and cafes! The warriors are housed in three separate pits - ...

Terracota Warriors

A travel blog entry by tomdaily


... buried to protect an emperor in death. Succeeding ruling groups came and destroyed the soldiers. After 2000 year the soldiers were discovered by a farmer. Since then, 2000 of the soldiers have been reconstructed. They to this day try to reconstruct. The warriors took 40 iyears to complete and an estimated 720,000 people worked on the project. The night ended a dinner and show, depiction of the Tang Dynasty in dance and ...


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