Hanting Express (Xi'an Gaoxin One Road)

No.17 Gaoxin One Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710075, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Journey from Beijing to Xi'an

A travel blog entry by lorivic on Aug 30, 2014

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... meet most of the people I will be sharing with (at one point I thought it would be an all guys room again but phew it's mixed). In the room there's a girl called Betina from Denmark, I thought she was Dutch at first but alas no lol. Then there's two English guys can't remember their names who are brothers and are trying to get from UK to Australia without flying, very cool. Finally there's Josh from Canada who used to live in Hong Kong, Beijing ...


A travel blog entry by jaynetremlett on Feb 11, 2014

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Today we've had a 'free" day on the tour so I enjoyed a lay in while Rachel went to visit a Buddhist temple with a few others from the group. This afternoon we walked around Xi'an a bit which was lovely as we stumbled upon some of the less touristy streets. After coming back to the hotel to warm up and pack out bags (we are leaving early in the morning for a flight to Yangshuo) we heading into the centre of Xi'an once more to capture some photos of the Bell Tower and Drum Tower at ...

Terracotta Warriors! - Xi'an

A travel blog entry by muzammil.ahmad on Nov 02, 2013

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... square meters and has Quran engraved on the walls inside the mosque in Arabic and Chinese - truly amazing!

Xi'an was very culturally diverse with the original Chinese culture and more modern culture mixed. I spent the ...

Checking out of China

A travel blog entry by vickyli on Sep 27, 2013

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... isn't considered edible from an animal in China? Eating was a serious challenge. 6. Control The state control over the Internet is one thing, but then there's the rest. Random ID checks, having to put your luggage through a scanner to get just about anywhere, boarding a train was as complex as boarding a flight. You can't move in China without somebody wanting to know who you are and where you're going. 7. Public toilets Public squat toilets feature on every ...

New Tie Yi Threads

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 21, 2013

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Author's Note: Beware, I'm really loving being Chief Blogger....

So today was the first day at school. It seems as though everyone has settled in really well with their homes and Chinese families. Already lots of folks have great stories to tell about their first adventures out in Xi'an.

We were welcomed to the school by Snow, who is our coordinator here, so you'll likely be hearing loads about her. Then ...

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