Weilong Hotel

Address: 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

What happens on tour stays on tour

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 08, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... jazzy a bit of a celeb #olympicathlete #joke #not). Next we headed out for the Tang Dynasty show accompanied by a dumpling banquet #stopbringingmorefood. The show was AMAZE* - such cool dancing and acrobats I felt like it was 200BC all over again. #ilovehistory. Terracotta warriors tomoz - totes excitedddd. Peace out babses. * as according to jazzy-We differ in opinion ...

An Apple For The Customs

A travel blog entry by deswirral on Jan 06, 2014

The alarm wakes us at 05:15, all showered and away by 6 am. There's still plenty of people on the MTR like rush hour on Merseyrail. Rose manages to breeze through Hong Kong departure formalities without showing her rail ticket A gentle journey to Guangzhou East. One of the many train attendants came down the train with entry forms for China but she only spoke Chinese and didn't offer us any. Arrived 1 minute late, filled in forms and cleared customs fairly quickly then joined ...

Soldiers, 8th Wonder of the World

A travel blog entry by levinson5 on Oct 26, 2012

5 photos

... but I could not waste and burned the roof of my mouth polishing them off.

Today was a great day. We went to an art shop where a woman showed the kids how the terracotta warriors were made. Then they got to spread clay in some smaller molds to make their own. Since they have to dry for a quite a few days before going in the kiln, they did not get to keep the terracotta warriors they helped to make. After Sam changed ...

How to use a Chinese toilet

A travel blog entry by graysoncobb on Sep 25, 2012

14 photos

... form. Each little present came out shaped as the animal or vegetable inside, and every course (one dumpling) was a new pastry type, filling, shape, and size. Friend, boiled, steamed, colorful, spicy, sweet, chicken, pork, duck, mushroom, seafood, veggie, cabbage, beef. The most impressive one was no bigger than the size of a half dollar with four delicate quadrants each filled with a different color ingredient that complimented the seafood meatball ...

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 ...