Tianyi Commercial Hotel

Address: No.281 Xi'erhuan West 2nd Ring Road, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710077, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Terra Cotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 23, 2015

10 photos

... and stood there forever.

After the warriors we went to see the senior graduation. I left to go to the bathroom before the ceremony ended but came back to an empty room (the ceremony was on the seventh floor and the bathrooms were on the sixth floor). I got lost on the way back so it took even longer. Overall it was a fun day

-Jessi Van Laer

Today I went to see the Terracotta warriors. Its a collection of ...

Found: 8,000 warriors in a ditch

A travel blog entry by chilliginger on May 03, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... are only built on rocky mountain sides, so as not to take up arable space. In a country this size with the population it has I imagine every available grain of rice or fruit tree is needed to ensure a good supply of food for people to live here. Paul is also missing a bit of beach action, it’s been quite some time now since we were at a beach and he is missing the sea, Australia will be very welcome I think after our travels, a nice break with some friends is ...

Xi'an and the terracotta warriors

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 23, 2014


... here are calvary and foot soldiers (with generals etc) Then we went to Pit 3 which only has less than one 100 - 4 chariot drivers and 4 horses and what they believe is an honour guard of 68; and then to Pit 2 (another huge one) which has kneeling and standing archers, generals, and other foot soldiers. They do know of a Pit 4 but it is empty so they have simply marked its location. And finally they have a HUGE over the top Museum (lots of marble, and ...

Our day in Xian

A travel blog entry by wilk on Sep 27, 2013

36 photos

... covered in dirt. When raiders got into the tomb, they smashed some pieces and set the tombs on fire. The roof collapsed, further damaging the warriors. The well that the farmer was digging when he discovered the warriors was here too. Pit 1 also contains the 'hospital'. This is where they put all the unearthed warriors back together. It would be a fantastic place to work but you would need to have the patience of a saint. Most of Pit 2 has ...

I'm from the previous dynasty!

A travel blog entry by iying.chen on Jan 01, 2013

27 photos

A marathon of historical sites in Xi'an followed. From the usual attractions like the terracotta warriors, the wild goose pagodas, the grand mosque, to hiking up Huashan.. the most interesting place had to be Huaqing Pool.

For those who, like me, aren't so well-versed in Chinese history, Huaqing Pool was built in the Tang dynasty where emperor Xuanzong would come with his ...