Yinghao Business Hotel

Address: No.263 South Hanguang Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710065, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Low Expectations....

A travel blog entry by mizziz_tee on Apr 25, 2015

5 photos

... sold at the gift store, and there is no long term plan for their families after all the farmers are gone (some committed suicide over feeling guilty over this entire ordeal, for making the village move from this site, only receiving a small compensation, and so forth).

We had a great city tour guide, Peter who is a Chinese historian and archaeologist; he did an excellent job during the bus ride over to explain the history and ...


A travel blog entry by davidandjackie on Sep 19, 2013

1 comment, 36 photos

... it was his lucky day! We checked out the Muslim quarter which was awesome. Ate some street won ton soup. I ordered it not knowing what was in it obviously....and had no plan on opening a wonton to learn...but then...disaster struck and a wonton exploded to reveal its contents. Little tiny complete baby shrimps...head, tail...all there...mmm and it was awesome, baby shrimps are delicious :). Then we checked out a street/back alley market with some amazing deals on any ...


A travel blog entry by girlinchina on Jun 08, 2013

... the characters. He told me about Xian's cuisine. I have no idea how to translate some of these things into English well, so you're just going to get the Chinese names right now. 肉来馍,面 ;皮,羊肉ཚ 9;,牛肉面ʌ 92;糊辣汤. He also said Xian has special art, but he didn't expand on that at all. Xian people's pronunciation is a ...

Not-Paradise Park: Xi'an Part III

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 06, 2013

55 photos

... day was to include going to Paradise Park, which I thought sounded cool, biking atop the ancient wall surrounding the main part of town, revisiting the Muslim Quarter, and ultimately capping the night off with a few lost friends. I was mostly excited about the fact that I was to reunite with Neil, Keel, and Tyson--Neil, my English buddy from Malaysia, had been convinced by Keel and I to make a trip to China and he obliged. Tyson is a CIEE fellow that I hung out with at ...

Daming Palace

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Dec 06, 2012

3 comments, 20 photos

Thursday was another blue-sky day, so I decided not to waste any of it indoors at museums or shopping centers, and walked from home to Daming Palace, a national heritage park.

The route I choose took me along the outside of the east city wall, which was unfortunately the most uninspiring portion of park outside the wall - most of it resembled a dust-bowl, despite there being lots of workers watering the trees, which have deep depressions to allow the water to soak in ...