Tang Cheng Hotel
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
Starlerbertl stayed here on Aug 23, 2011 during their trip titled: China 2011 - pics only.
Amazing Xi'an, April 30-June 3, 2008 The Labor Day weekend finally came and we got a 4 day weekend! YAY! Travis and I both actually got 5 days because we don't teach on Wednesday. So, we decided to fly ti Xi'an to see the terracotta warriors which is the one thing I BADLY wanted to see in China. We went to the airport in Guangzhou with etickets …
... wheat and not rice: it makes sense. They prepare it in a way that it even has a specific symbol in Chinese, but it is so difficult to write that they have a song so people remember all the elements: it looks like a hieroglyph. Amazing Biang noodles. Anne also told us that learning Mandarin is not as difficult as it seems if you learn it by associating symbols. She says that you can learn it in ...
Up bright and early this morning off to a tour to Terracotta Warriors, our guide Helen met us in the lobby and off went first stop Banpo Museum. Our guide Helen is a great guide, knowledgeable and her English is very easy to understand.
The Banpo Site is a matriarchal community of the Yangshao Culture dating back about 6,000 years. Women, the crucial labor force, were responsible for making pottery, spinning, and ...
... are the famous little and big goose Pagodas (Portia was highly disappointed when we arrived that there were no gooses - its a tower monument). We tried a local restau, we had 6 waiters! Good spicy food for less than a tenner plus beer! Our hostel was great! It had the most popular bar in the basement, so we met alot of travellers ( mainly English lads who work as teachers in China. You think we don't get paid enough! They get ...
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