The Tang Dynasty Hotel

Address: No.198 Fengcheng Third Road, Economic and Technology Development Zone, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710021, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Weiyang District area of Xi'an, is near Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Great Mosque, Drum Tower (Gulou), and Huaqing Hot Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Xi'an

    Face to Face with the Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 09, 2015

    39 photos

    ... temple as well as a stupa originally designed to hold some of the first sutras and figures of Buddha brought to China from India. We spent quite awhile walking around the main portion of the complex surrounding the pagoda and when we reached the entrance and learned that we would have to pay extra to climb the narrow staircase to the top, we decided to pass and continue to admire the structure from below. Off to one side of the building we found ourselves in ...

    Xi'an - terracotta warriors

    A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Sep 09, 2013

    32 photos

    ... to Allah above the Chinese arches. Following a visit to the Muslim quarter we took a bus to see a fountain show which was fairly impressive but after 25 minutes of the same fountains to different songs, it got a little tiresome. To end out time in Xi'an we headed out to a KTV bar for a spot of karaoke. Even Steph got involved in lots of dancing and some singing too, but still pretended that she didn't like karaoke in the morning! Xian gets a thumbs ...

    Xi'an: Ancient China and Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by bryanddave2013 on Aug 25, 2013

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... stance rather than in an attacking formation. The warriors were originally found by a farmer who was digging a well, and pulled out three terracotta heads. The government then built massive warehouses over the area before they started excavations. All in all, very impressive, and even after 30 years of excavations they still have an awful lot to do! Nearby they also found two perfect bronze chariot statues - almost life-size -which look fantastic. The museum ...

    Terracotta Warriors: Xi'an Part II

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 05, 2013

    47 photos

    ... of standing in line while they went to grab us (a recurring theme in Xi'an) an extremely expensive and bad breakfast. Little did we realize, that massive line would be reduced in a mere 10 minutes. It was incredible. Even more impressive was the fact that this efficiency was occurring in China. There was a line. A line. Do you understand what it's like to see an organized line for the first time in 7 months, despite the fact that you've seen dozens of tourist attractions? I now ...

    The Terracotta Army

    A travel blog entry by intrepidus on Dec 02, 2012

    19 photos

    ... from foods to mini warriors to sellers of faux animal skins. The day begins with a terrible film about the emperor and his vanity project just in Mandarin - no dubbing or subtitles for Johnny Foreigner. Then it is onto the working site itself .
    The site is basically 3 working archaeological pits covered by giant hangers. This is where the army stands in its serried rows of infantry, bowmen [ both cross bow and long bow] , horsemen with their steeds ...