Xindu Hotel

Address: No.123 South Chang'an Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an


A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on May 04, 2015

35 photos

I know it has been a while since my last post, but I wanted to wait until I came back from my Labor Day trip before I wrote in my blog again. Since my time from Shanghai, I've picked up my part time work, participated in the school’s "World Tour" concert and festival, and took a trip to the ancient city of Xi’an. All this as time flies by, and it’s difficult not to face I’ve only two months left to go before I return home.

World Tour

In the ...

The Great Wall of CHINA

A travel blog entry by marlenemayfield on Mar 25, 2015

... the journey and when I saw Brian's photos I wished I could have made it too. We had a delicious coffee at the shop near the wall, and once we had all arrived back, we headed back to Beijing for lunch. Following lunch we went and visited the Olympic stadium known as the Birds Nest! And also saw The Ice Cube which is where the swimming was held. The wide expanse ...

Warriors, hospital hostels and dodgy English

A travel blog entry by fonfe on Sep 13, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... flow of questions Helen instead bestowed upon me! These city walls The last piece of the Xi'an organised fun puzzle was for us to cycle the city walls. Xi'an is one of the few cities in China to have its original city wall in tact; its so wide that it is possible to cycle the 14km around the top, which was what we had planned to do. Given the intense heat of the day, we waited until after 5pm which turned out to be the perfect time. Once there we saw that you could actually ...

Arriving in X'ian

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Apr 21, 2014

20 photos

... in more ancient history.
The Tang dynasty, from 600 to 900AD, was the wealthiest dynasty, women held very high positions, it was a very open society, and traded with many other countries. Women were allowed to marry many different times, some women even had male concubines. Women dressed very suggestively, even more so than today. Empress Wu (during the Tang dynasty) is believed by the Chinese people to have been the only female emperor of China. ...

The Clay Army

A travel blog entry by nixerflynn on Sep 19, 2013

60 photos

... next day to catch our trip to see the warriors. Our tour guide was absolutely appalling and was literally running though the motions, so we wouldn't recommend our tour. We were brought first to a big shop to see how they were made and then we had time to walk around if we wanted to buy anything blah blah blah.......but then it was off to see the warriors!

The terracotta warriors are famous for a reason, I found them incredible. There were 3 ...