Xibei University Hotel

Address: Inside Northwest University, No.229 Taibai North Road, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710068, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Chicken Feet, Beef balls and Wild Goose, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 18, 2014


... to slither in and get a foothold on a piece of the prime real estate by the front rail. They had an unobstructed view and all I had to do was get to them. I tried to flank the group in front of me but they anticipated and seemed to shift with my every move. I faked to the right, rolled left, and elbowed an elderly woman and just like that I made it alongside of Renee. As if sensing their defeat that whole group moved off to the next part of the ...

China Part 3: Xi'an and Yellow River Valley

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on May 01, 2014

35 photos

After landing in Xi'an, we boarded the airport bus to the city, and after a nice 45 minute drive, we were dropped off a little after midnight. Now, it was called the old town on the map, and we thought it would be a little smaller than it was. The map was deceiving. But, it's a grid designed city oriented north /south, with an extremely large bell tower in the center, so easy to navigate from. I started the 3 km walk north into the freezing wind, and, ...

The Botanical Gardens

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 11, 2013

62 photos

... for groups of up to 8 or so, most places will put any larger groups into a private room. That means that there is actually a door that they close on you, so you and your noise (and cigarette smoke) are well separated from the other guests. This place even had an en suite bathroom in the room too, so you literally didn't need to leave the room for anything.

Food was great, until the chicken and head came round, ...

Small Steps, Big Mountain

A travel blog entry by chinachanges on Jun 16, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... up the path towards the cable cars. On the way there was a little fountain...Laura had a bunch of American coins, so a bunch of wishes were made.. Our little Chinese Trevi Fountain. (As Laura said..Perks of not cleaning out your wallet!)

It really is the little things...

So then most of us cable car-ed it up the mountain. A group of Mrs. Flynn and seven students walked up 3000 stairs. But the other 20 of us took the cable cars. It was a ...

Xi'an and Pingyao

A travel blog entry by fehmersfamily on Apr 24, 2013

3 comments, 13 photos

... to the thousands and thousands of tourists (mainly Chinese) at the Terra Cotta Army museum. This was the tomb of Emperor Jingdi. He was Emperor from 188 to 141 BC during the Han Dynasty. When he passed away he was buried with hundreds of servants and soldiers. The soldiers as servants were all about a quarter of the actual size of a person and they were all made of clay with wooden arms (so the arms could move). The doll size figures where ...

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