Orient Hotel Xi'an
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... li>Getting to Hua Shan (by train)
Take the metro to BeiKeZhan Station (it’s the last station on Metro Line 2). BeiKeZhan is connected to Xi’an North Railway station. Exit the metro and go up to the railway station on the 1st floor to get your ticket.
Tip: Buy your train tickets in advance, as the 2nd class (economy) seats do sell out quite fast. Do remember to ...
I arrived in the city of Xi'an on Saturday. Xi'an was the first capital of a unified China more than 1000 years ago. It's a big city, and still has city walls. It's a big tourist draw for Chinese and westerners; there are many aspects of the city itself of interest, like the walls, pagodas, temples, the Muslim quarter, the food. But the big draw is the Terracotta Warriors, about an hour out of the city. Today we (myself, my friend from Dal in China visiting family, and ...
... down the road.
100m down the road and we booked in.
Wait for this.
The receptionist said the driver has been looking for us at the station. It was as if she was telling us off. So when we explained what we done and to be honest. Not as if I could be missed with 2 large rucksacks. We were the only westerners on the Train.
We had booked our accommodation in the Hostel a while back and decided that we would ...
Monday was Peter's first real day at the conference and I was "left to my own devices". I made a plan with Faten, daughter of one of the presenters, (Ali, professor of electrical engineering with mathematical bent at UCLA) to go downtown with her in the morning. Faten has just graduated from Yale with a degree in psychology and neuroscience, and is attending UCSF in Septmber to do a Ph.D ...
... trains fly along at a staggering 380 km/h, these are highly modern comfortable trains that move between major cities such as Beijing and Shanghai in a mere 4 hours. The Z class trains are express but run at a dawdle of around 250km \h. The T and K class are your basic long distance trains that go relatively slow and stop at many stations and finally you have the least auspicious of trains, they are so old and basic they don't even get a letter assigned to ...