Tang-paradise Hotel

Address: No.99 West Furong Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710061, China | Hotel
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      Day 30: Xi'an (Raining...again) - Emily

      A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... enough) the Muslim Quarter has to be on the top of your list. The next tackle of the day was to find me some strepsils or something to help beat this cold. Off Bei Dajie we entered into the biggest pharmacy we'd ever seen. Could we read any of the signs or work out the labelling- no. Again out with the phrase book I pointed to 'common cold' and 'cough' and hoped for the best. We were sent downstairs and arrived into every drug junkies paradise. Both ...

      The City With a Pottery Army and a Smaller Wall

      A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Jun 17, 2014

      ... the wall on our bikes and it was really cool, it gave you a good overlook over the city and also got you away from the crowds. The breeze was also really refreshing, we chatted about all sorts as we cycled round, taking in the views and also enjoying the change of pace and the serenity the wall seemed to provide, somehow blocking out the sound of everyday life below.

      We did about of the wall before turning back to return to the South Gate in time to return the bikes. ...

      Xi'An – Ancient Central Chinese Capital

      A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 27, 2013

      27 photos

      ... day! Starting at 8:30 and boarding the train at around 11p.m. We set-out for our first stop, a climb onto Xi’An’s city wall that runs around the entire old town for about 14km. A part of our group then cycled the entire perimeter in the course of about 1 hour. Other sites we brushed past without leaving the bus were the Drum and Bell Tower (c.f. our 2007 blog) and the landmark Big Goose Pagoda.

      Much to my joy we visited my ...

      Goodbye Xi'an, Hello Sleeper Train?

      A travel blog entry by stevedantravel on Aug 07, 2013

      ... only large and expensive. The search continued. We looked around before getting caught in the rain. Yes, finally rain. It was amazing. For about 2 seconds until we got soaked. After the rain passed we got a cab and gave him our address in Chinese and boom, easy. We looked around the hotel area as Tracy, our tour guide told us of a Multi level extravaganza where it was like Westfield's, in no way at all. It was a bunch of small market style shops which sold ...


      A travel blog entry by raewynharris on May 20, 2013

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      Feeling refreshed after a good night's sleep. Out and about early. Our first stop was the Little Wild Goose Pagoda and the surrounding grounds. Built in 707 AD during the Tang Dynasty. It was constructed out of brick and originally had 15 storeys but now reduced to 13 as it has suffered damage from earthquakes over the years. We saw a calligraphy demonstration and had some of the Chinese characters Elaine's to us. The calligrapher wrote our ...