Weilong Hotel

No.1 Weiyang West Road, Xianyang, Shanxi, 712000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.1 Weiyang West Road, Xianyang, is near Han Yang Ling Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Xianyang

Day 5-Terracotta Warriors, Springs and Paragodas!

A travel blog entry by jackcooper2013 on Nov 28, 2013

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... smiling and ready to show us her home town, as it turned out. First stop, the terracotta warriors..factory. Not quite the clay clad crusaders themselves, but still offered an interesting insight into the modern day efforts to protect and recreate the excavated warriors. Some are replaced entirely, but most are given replacement body parts. After Jenny (and admittedly myself) bought some miniature replicas, it was off to a series of hot springs that that had been used by the ...

Exuberance of Xian

A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 13, 2013

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... when crossing the street - at least the impact will be softened by the other jay walkers as well. "The Big Wild Goose Pagoda", is famed for the fact that it was built to hold the sutras, brought from India. While far less excessive than pagodas around Beijing, its simplicity brings its own sense of identity. With Xian being at the start of the Silk Road, Islamic traders from the West ...

Exercise, Finally

A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Aug 26, 2012

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... up the corner tower & used the ramp to get some much needed momentum. We ended up pulling in exactly on the dot. We went back down & looked for new hostels around the South Gate & found a long street market full of artists, and food called Calligraphy Street.,We had small fried potatoes seasoned amazingly, & fried (sensing a theme here?) tofu in a peanut sauce. Later on, ...

Terra Cotta and dumplings and more!

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 11, 2012

7 comments, 25 photos

... buildings dot the horizon even as the old walls are so beautiful in the foreground. The Chinese government relocates whole villages and moves them into these big buildings. There is so much building going on that I’m continually awestruck. Yet, there are still fields of farmland and small villages---it’s just that this is a way of life that can’t be sustained in this land and young people have no future in the small villages, is what I ...


A travel blog entry by chinaspree on Jun 13, 2012

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... Manicheans and Buddhists. The city declined later but has some splendid sights and a thriving tourist economy.

Terra-cotta Warriors
The Terra-cotta army was discovered in 1974 by peasants digging a well. The awesome ranks of life-size pottery figures, modeled from yellow clay, were made to guard the tomb of Qin Shi Huangdi, despotic ruler who unified China over 2,200 years ...