Xi Shao Men Hotel

Address: No.1 Labour Road, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710082, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

So what if I was late

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 23, 2015

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... the bus to another cultural town. This cultural town wasn't finished yet , it was at the back of a construction site and you had to walk through an unfinished amusement park that was a large square with some attractions that weren't open or were unfinished. It was really cool though because people were still visiting even though that part wasn't complete. Behind the park was the actual cultural town area. There were mostly store with food but a few souvenir places. The store ...

Stretching legs

A travel blog entry by cylam on May 17, 2015

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... the platform to get some late breakfast. If you have never been to China or many other Asian countries, you would be surprised by how heavy and strong a breakfast is in this part of the world. What Yi Da had in his hands are some rou jia mo (I would translate it as Chinese Hamburger). The quality is not high as expected from a vendor at a train station, it's highly recommended if you have never had one, it's only 6 RMB (~0.50) each.
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Discovering X'ian

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Oct 04, 2014

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... they were given the concession to operate shops and businesses in return. The very farmer who was digging the critical well at the time now sits in splendour every day in the Museum gift shop, and was kind enough to sign our book. See the photos for the warriors, some things we learned: - some 6000 individual soldiers, slightly bigger than life size including crossbowmen, archers infantry and charioteers - the soldiers are individually sculpted, and have different faces and ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on May 18, 2014

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... and pits were made over 2,000 years ago. On the way back we got our guide and driver to drop us at the the south gate to the old city so that we could check out the city walls. The walls of Xian have been extensively restored and you can walk the the 14km circuit if you like or hire a bicycle. We just walk and short stretch before heading back to our hotel via the Drum and Bell Towers. Tomorrow we move on with a flight to ...

Day 7 - The Terracotta Army

A travel blog entry by bakes31 on Sep 14, 2013

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... her, very clearly, that it wouldn't be a good idea as I had a dirty tissue in my clenched fist (I have SARS remember) but she didn't understand and pulled open my tightly grasped hand. Hygiene doesn't seem to matter too much here so she wasn't bothered by it! The Terracotta Army was amazing. There are about 7372 warriors in three pits. They are all different and were modeled on the workers/slaves who made them. It was the first unifier of China (Qin ...