Zhong Lou Post Hotel

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

The road less travelled-what a wonderful weekend

A travel blog entry by bcpschina


... Chinese poet in the poem titled "The song of Everlasting Sorrow" (beautiful poem, even translated) The palace and gardens were also hot springs. Set at the base of the li ching mountain (I hope I spelled that right) It was one of the most gorgeous establishments Ive ever been to. The picturesque beauty of the area brought within me a slight longing for the beauty of home as I live right in the mountains of south central Pa. But that was ...

A sea of useless men and no pizza ;-(

A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... well is the sheer number of wedding shops here. Obviously getting married is very big business here. I must admit that in Xi'an i have seen the most risqué dress which you would have to have a killer figure for as it is quite see through and is mostly comprised of feathers and some of the most beautiful, elegant and NOT foofey dresses. We did, however, see a very unusual groom's suit which i really do believe could be carried off by a certain type of man ...

We have arrived in Xi'an

A travel blog entry by ronduh


... Kristen and I just gave up and went and sat outside. We enjoyed people watching for the next hour and a half. It's interesting the differences between the people of Xi'an and the people of Chengdu. Overall, the people of Chengdu are much more attractive. Not that the people of Xi'an aren't....but they do say that the most beautiful women come from Chengdu. The city here seems a little cleaner, but I'm sure that's also due to the fact that its not as populated here. Our ...

Small Steps, Big Mountain

A travel blog entry by chinachanges


... persistent in making sure we walked down. Ms. Flynn said she would go with us (even though she is scared of heights and didn't think she'd make it to the top AND she had just climbed up). The group of climber-uppers helped get her all the way to the top.

Mr. Palmer the adventurer joined the party.

Ms. Confair wanted to go, but she was really hesitant at first. It didn't take much convincing to get her on board. She had the biggest smile ...

Whats wrong with your face?

A travel blog entry by ctegtmeier


... face is often a topic of conversation for those around me. Little kids specifically like to hold their fingers up to the eyes in the shape of a circle and make small remarks. I am not exactly sure if this is racist but I personally find the gesture as a sign of endearment.

Anyway, everyday I see acts of “saving face” that I consider ridiculous, though to the Chinese people I am around, this is norm. This could be just ...


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