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

Best. Burial. Ever.

A travel blog entry by benmsarahn on Sep 26, 2015

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"I haven't pooed in five days" I say. A look of concern passes over Ben's face "what about *******?" (Followed by an illustrative demonstration of his own talents in the field). Later on as I throw up into a bin he pats me on the back and passes me some tissue, "I might get ill now" he reminds me lovingly. Lest we forget that Moscow left him with an emotional scar the shape of a sausage. Feeling extremely wobbly and ...

Mount Hua

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on Jun 12, 2015

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... together on the mountain to motivate each other to get to the top. Later we caught up to Jessi, Hugh, and Anne. WE took a brief rest to eat lunch around noon.

Then we continued up. Not long after we saw a feral cat hiding under a bench. We admired it from a distance of course, as Debbie Matusky forbids petting stray animals. After the cat ran away, we had an unexplainable session of Tai Chi and started doing a routine. The stairs on the mountain were ...

Into the Mountains

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 31, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Until today the highest elevation I had been was climbing the Brothers Mountain in Olympia National Park, Washington State USA. Today my host family took me into the mountains. It seems that the dad loves the mountains and the family is having a retirement place built in the area so we visited the construction site, had lunch and then much to my surprise we headed to the top of the mountain. Literally we headed to the TOP of the mountain by driving along ...

Terracotta Warriors at Xi'an

A travel blog entry by ruthbell64 on Nov 12, 2013

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... in row upon row, horses too, with gaps behind the horses where the wooden carts would have been, long since rotted away. Originally they would all have had brightly painted uniforms, the paint long gone. We also saw other pits where they are working on rebuilding warriors, and still more pits where they'll be excavating in the future.
Ron, never a great one for facts and figures, got into a philosophical debate with our young guide as to how the Emperor knew how ...

The Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jul 18, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... quarter though, which was an awesome set of streets lined with food carts with women in burkas selling flat breads and poppadoms. The Muslim quarter here can trace its roots back hundreds of years to when Xian was a major hub on the Silk Road, as the main trade route to the west. After a great sleep we booked our onward train tickets, early so we didn't have a repeat of the last journey, and headed south of the city to check out the Big Wild ...