Xian Titan Times Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
Today will be one of the busiest in our tour. After the overnight on the train we would be picked up by a tour guide before seeing the Terracotta Warriors & horses museum, the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, and a cycle tour around the walls of the old city.
Sleeping on the train wasn't too bad although the "beds" were very …
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Our final few hours in Beijing so we loaded our suitcases in the van and headed out for some last minute siightseeing. Michael took us to the historical district of Hu Tong to see some very interesting and very old authentic Chinese architecture. The houses in this area are 500 years old or more and are all being …
Not knocking Pittsburgh or Xi'An, but think of the most industrial city you can in the US, and you pretty much have the match in China with Xi'An. It boasts so much of the country's big industrial factories, and it shows. The city is very grimy and not nearly the postcard picture you image when you think of China. Gone are the days of beautiful …
It has been a little bit since I have blogged - we have been running ragged all over China!
On Tuesday we had our last morning in Beijing. We boarded bicycle rickshaws and took a tour of a Hutong (old historic neighborhood in Beijing, literally "narrow alley"). Hutong are old neighborhoods in Beijing, typically walled away from the hustle …
After breakfast at the hotel, we left for our one hour drive to the Terra Cotta Warrior Museum area at 830 AM. What a fabulous display. Have to see to believe. It is called the eighth wonder of the world. Spent all morning going through the 3 buildings as well as seeing some of the restoration work being performed. Before going to lunch, we were …
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Maybe we were tired when we got here, but lifts inadequate to cope with busses arriving en masse. Our air conditioning and housekeeping unresponsive. Breakfast was good but dining room not equipped to cater for the numbers and we were seated in nearby lounge and had to eat off low coffee tables
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