Jiahe Business Hotel

Address: No.6 Jiefang Market, South Avenue, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located in the Beilin District area of Xi'an, is near Xi'an City Wall (Chengqiang), Great Mosque, Tomb of Emperor Liu Qi (Hanyangling), and Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta).
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    Travel Blogs from Xi'an

    Face to Face with the Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 09, 2015

    39 photos

    ... there are over 8000 figures all around the tomb, some of which have not yet been uncovered by archaeologists. There in the main hall it was amazing to see these figures that we had learned about in school right in front of us. We remembered that all of the figures were supposed to be unique but we really didn’t believe that until we could see for ourselves that each soldier not only had a different facial expression but there were actually slightly different heights ...

    Terracotta Warriors and a day of delicious food!

    A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 22, 2014

    4 photos

    ... means they are handsome! They are about 2m tall, a lot taller than the real people! Their legs are also solid, but everything else is hollow, with holes to let the hot air escape. The next place was pit 3. This one contains 72 warriors and horses, and is meant to be head quarters as so many high-ranking officials were found there. A lot of them dont have heads as the emperor died suddenly so they were never finished. The last pit was definitely save ...

    The Terracotta Warriors

    A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel on Sep 02, 2013

    34 photos

    ... that they have excavated from the pit on display. When you look at these displays close up you can really see how intragate the details of the carvings are, right down to the detailing on the shoes. Each individual statue must have taken a long time. Also when you look at the all of the statues you can see that indeed each soldier is individual, with each having a different facial expression.



    A travel blog entry by girlinchina on Jun 08, 2013

    ... standard/correct than Nanchang people's. They also use a slightly different vocabulary. The people who stare at us is fewer in Xian than in Nanchang. However, they like to say "hello!" to us a lot. Xian has a large Muslim population. This is not something I noticed the first time I was there three summers ago. There is a Chinese minority called the Huizu to which many of these Muslims belong. Hui street is filled with street ...

    Not-Paradise Park: Xi'an Part III

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 06, 2013

    55 photos

    ... decided to act like stereotypical men and we bought lots of barbecued sticks of meat. It was pretty delicious, actually. We walked throughout the quarters, sampling different snacks, before finally heading for our night out. We decided to walk the lengthy path from the quarters to Neil's hostel quite a bit away, despite the fact that he thought it was short. Actually, Neil was no longer staying in this hostel, and the previous night he was given many beers by the manager and never ...