Zhong Lou Post Hotel

Address: 619 East Avenue, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710003, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Transfer to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by lesleyandalan on May 04, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... on the way to the city and hotel. They have only excavated a small amount of the pits so far around the Central Emperor's Tomb which is exhibited in a clever underground building with glass walkways above the pits. Many pits have been looted over the ages but there are many exhibits on view today. More excavations will take place with the advancement of technology and injection of ££££. Pits ...

Beijing to Xi'an - going by the Forbidden City.

A travel blog entry by lesbouchard on Apr 10, 2015

27 photos

... huge, and is actually a fortified city, a bit like Quebec City, but again, much much bigger. The actual fortifications are kilometers long. It is quiet beautiful.

Again, the idea of “building high” is all over the panorama. There are no bungalows to be seen. In China (in the urban areas at least), there is no land available, We have been told that to have a house and land, you need to be a millionaire. So everything is built ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 12, 2014

12 photos

... some of the finer specimens including those that had been excavated whole. On one soldier who was down on one knee, you could see that even the stipple of the sole of his shoe had been added by the exacting artist. In the foyer was one of the farmers who found the warriors back in 1974. Apparently, his only reward was a handcart but he seemed happy with his resilient celebrity as he signed one book after ...

Terra Cotta Warriors & the Big Wild Goose Pagota

A travel blog entry by akwoman59 on Apr 14, 2014


... to hurry to the airport for the flight to Jiayuguan. We almost missed the flight because our guide was a little late getting to us and it was close. We made it, just barely and flew to Jiayuguan for the next leg of the trip. Xi'an is the beginning of the Silk Road. Our next stop is where the big fort built along the Great Wall, in the Gobi Desert, is located. I never thought I would ever see the Gobi Desert and now I am on my way there.


Three inevitable firsts, and an army of terracotta

A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 26, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... man walked on the moon, JFK was shot by a lone gunman and 9/11 was an act of terror (although Tash still needs some convincing on the existence of dinosaurs), but an army made of terracotta existing underground for two thousand years, which nobody knew about? and a nice story about an Emperor to link to it? We just don't know. It feels like somebody is pulling our leg. Our final 'inevitable-first' came on the bus back from the warriors. The bus driver was driving ...

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