Hanting Express (Xi'an Gaoxin Road)

No.61 Gaoxin Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710075, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

A Date with the Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by meraz on Jul 31, 2014

22 photos

... an accompanying increase in Foreigners. 100,000 tourists a day paying 15 just to enter, plus food, travel and souvenirs, no wonder Chinese tourism has improved so rapidly. Wendy tells us that the money goes back into research and excavation of the tombs. I am sure some of it does. As we leave, Adam Haggles down the price of a few green jade bracelets. Wendy, who sports a cheap real one doesn't think much of them, but I can't tell ...

Day 10 - MCC girls depart Beijing - Fly to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Mar 28, 2014

42 photos

... became their chosen feast.

Arriving at their motel, they were excited by their new surrounds. No school dormitory, instead more refined decorations and comforts of their motel. This would be their short stay home for the next 2 days before they fly out again to their final destination of Shanghai. Sleepy heads again from their travels, they rested their heads on their pillows late on Friday night. The weekend beckoning new wonders, ...

The Terracota Warriors.

A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Sep 04, 2013

8 photos

... 39 years to finish his terracota army and hundreds of thousends of workers dedicated themselves to please the emperor. We strumbled around the site for a few hours, absorbing some of Chinese finest history facts. Around noontime we rewarded ourselves with some spicy noodles and we got joined by Warda, a girl from Yemen. It was interesting to have a conversation with her, not about China, but about Yemen itself, knowing that it’s not such ...

Small Steps, Big Mountain

A travel blog entry by chinachanges on Jun 16, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... and a lot of uneven parts. Sometimes looking down at the seemingly endless amount of steps was discouraging, but one look up at the gorgeous view and we'd be all set to continue.

Confucius did say: "to climb big mountain, you must take small step."

One step at a time we did it. Grabbing onto the chains and repelling backwards down the really steep parts when necessary- 3000 steps and about 1 hour and 20 minutes from our start we made it to ...

Terra Cotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey on May 22, 2013

30 photos

... speculated that many buried treasures and sacrificial objects had accompanied the emperor in his after life. A group of peasants uncovered some pottery while digging for a well nearby the royal tomb in 1974. It caught the attention of archeologists immediately. They came to Xian in droves to study and to extend the digs. They had established beyond doubt that these artifacts were ...