Xi'An Anji Royal Hotel

Address: No.13 Gaoxiyi Road, Xigaoxin Opening Development Area, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Discovering X'ian

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Oct 04, 2014

52 photos

Monday 29 September Off from our Pingyao hotel at 7.30 AM in the hotel van with a group of Chinese tourists. Large, loud, friendly smoking host in charge. Loading luggage amusing chaos, with bags going in, and then out and in again, and only stowing some in the boot as a last resort. Much amiable shouting, a dash through the narrow streets, near-carnage, but never quite hitting anyone, and out of the North Gate to drop everyone else at the bus station before a short dash to ...

Xi'an - a laugh a minute

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 10, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... have sat for hours! Next stop was the the mosque. Talk about extremes...we ventured from the opulence of the Buddhist temple to the austerity of the mosque. Situated in the centre of the Muslim quarter of Xi'an, the mosque is an island of solitude in the hustle and bustle of the frenetic street markets. The fully operational walled mosque includes a prayer room that can hold 10 000 and is actually the original wooden structure built around 750 AD. We got to ...

Xi'an

A travel blog entry by kateandryan on Oct 05, 2013

106 photos

... but still great viewing point to see the inner part of the old city. We stopped at every drink station we could find to guzzle down fluid. From the wall you could get a summary of what China is all about. Big residential high rises going up in every direction, with a scatter of the traditional majestic old temples, narrow alleyways with food and clothing for sale, and smog everywhere that never allows to grasp the full extent ...

Warriors, come out and play!!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 03, 2013

1 comment, 124 photos

... the air in Xian,the color began to rapidly fade due to the oxidative process.
Emperors had construction on their tombs begin when they ascended to their throne. It took over 700,000 laborers 38 years to create this tomb. It wasn't fully complete when he died suddenly. They rushed to finish it and when they were done they had all the chief architects and anyone who knew all the secret passageways and details of the tomb buried alive within ...

The Teracotta warriors

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin on Apr 19, 2013

11 photos

... hectic Muslim Quarter. The weather that day was as cold as ever so no better way to take our minds off it. Back in the hostel, we finalised our route for the rest of China before catching another overnight train to Chengdu. This train was far worse than the first as it had 6 beds and a man below us who snored the place down. This was becoming the norm as so too had a man in our dorm for the last couple of nights. ...