Xinjiang Military Region Xi'An Cuihua Hotel

Address: No.89 Cuihua Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710061, China | Motel
 
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Xi'an city wall

A travel blog entry by whatagreatwall on Jun 30, 2014

21 photos

... drivers said that the reason progress has been so slow is every time they dig a new tunnel they find new historical artifacts that need to be excavated and preserved. Good for archaeologists and cab drivers, bad for residents and tourists!

The difficult travel within the city is compounded by the fact that many of the major tourist destinations, including the Terracotta Warriors and the airport, are 45 minutes to an hour outside of the city, with no ...

Xian

A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 20, 2014

18 photos

... what we wanted. It came out as a soup/stock base with noodles and a waitress then put the small dishes in the soup in turn including a raw egg that cooked in the hot water. I was that hungry, that I ignored the fact the stock tasted of chicken and kept eating away.
We spent the rest of the day preparing for a temporary separation and Rach had to sub me money as I was still without any bank cards. I worked out that my camera had the time so that was one worry solved. ...

Xi'an

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Dec 30, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... to stop off at one of those obligatory shops where they give you a tour of a factory and you're supposed to buy up big on fake life-sized warriors. All I got from that tour is that I would really love to have a job in the future where I don't have to wear my outside jacket inside, because it doesn't look comfortable working when it's so cold inside.
The actual warriors were fascinating. Even having seen them before, the sheer magnitude of effort that Emperor Shi ...

Once Were Warriors

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Apr 24, 2013

38 photos

... freshen up. I am really looking forward to eating normal things for breakfast and not having bok-choy, noodles or rice for breakfast. So nibbles down and off to the room, quite big so that was good.

First stop today was the terra-cotta warriors. Just a little excited I think!! We headed to a workshop that makes the warrior replicas, learnt how they do it and firing in the kiln and all that jazz. Seems like a quite lengthy process but they come out ...

A Month in With the Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 31, 2012

6 comments

... were colourfully decorated, but faded due to exposure. Only one or two weren't crushed when the wooden beams of the crypt collapsed. The warriors were found by accident when some farmers were digging a well. The dude who contacted the government in 1974 has spent all this time in his new job signing books in the museum. He does not look like a fulfilled dude. The warriors were only buried 5m underground and lots of more recent graves were around them but the locals who found ...