Xindu Hotel

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

Xi'an - my first all alone trip within China

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai

25

... because I was much more excited to see the Great Wall. But the terracotta army really made me speechless! Just for some history background: The same emperor Qin Shihuangdi who was the first emperor from China built both the Great Wall for protection of the Chinese country and the terracotta army for his gravesite.

Cathy my guide was perfect. She told me a lot of things about the Chinese dynasties and she had an answer of all of my questions. I ...

41 Chengdu-Xian

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters

30

... but no such luck.

The next train left at 14:15 pm and will take me to Beijing , a journey of another 16 hours. Train travel is relative cheap at around $30-40 for an 800-900 km distance.

Now for something else. I wondered how Chinese people handle computers as there are 1000’s of Chinese characters. This would require a 5 meters long keyboard or a normal keyboard with perhaps 100’s of choices of little bit of letters. Thus far I ...

China's mountains, how I love you

A travel blog entry by czechone

65

During my last trip to China I spent a very memorable day climbing Taishan, in Shandong province : http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/czechone/1/1320001940/tpod.html. Well this time around, if things go to plan, I'm giving myself three mountain experiences, including one place I've been wanting to come to ever since my interest in China began i.e. Huashan : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Hua - which finally occurred yesterday and it lived up to all ...

Very Well Trained

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe

1
14

... have western toilets (not squatters), we can close off our 4 bunk compartment from the aisle-way, there are only 4 bunks in the compartment , individual reading lights and a video screen for some kind of entertainment. The bunk above Graeme was occupied by a Chinese engineer in Cryogenics. He works for one of the universities in Xi’an and is travelling to Shanghai on business.

The night passes quickly and we find ourselves exiting the ...

Warriors cast in time, 3.8m Noodles & Bike rides!

A travel blog entry by ozandbackagain

34

... well.
We arrived at the hostel at 6am, greated by the news, we would not be allowed into rooms until midday... this was not welcome news to the tired, however, it was just one of those little pain in the bum things! So we had breakfast and some tea... some rushed off to see the terracotta army as soon as they could, others of us, decided that we would not enjoy it being so tired, and so spent the day on the comfy sofas of the bar and ...

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