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

Next stop Xi'an at 297km per hour

A travel blog entry by mel.jackson2013 on Jun 18, 2014

... of immortality. This craze for life and the fear of death ultimately gave us the legacy of the terracotta warriors.

The terracotta warriors are unique. Not only are they life-size and individually modelled in clay, but the detail of the figures is astounding. Not only can we observe the construction of body armour of terracotta army, with even the heads of rivets standing out, but the soles of the shoes of the kneeling warriors are modelled with fine tread ...

Xian Day #2

A travel blog entry by becsav on Apr 17, 2014

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I love Xian! This city is so much prettier than Beijing and it while it contains over 8 million people, it still retains a village-like quality that makes it charming and inviting. This morning after breakfast we took pictures of the the peacocks and then met our tour guide, Sally, and headed for the city wall. The wall is over 600 years old but the city of Xian itself is over 3,000! Inside the wall of Xian is considered the old city and any building outside of the wall is the ...

Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by robrae on Sep 26, 2013

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... are brilliantly lit with water features. The highlight for local is the Water Works Display. This a large area that 9pm has spouts of water and twirling water 'perform' to classical music. A bit like fire works but with water. On the way to the Water Works we were entertained with dancing in the park. Cheryl entertained us and a crowd of locals as she danced beautifully with. Chinese gentleman. The Chinese have a beautiful way of entertaining themselves ...


A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Jun 26, 2013

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... world. They still screen a lot of things now before it's available to the public. The first English or American film shown were never about love but about war and patriotism. Justin then met a little 8 year old boy named Karl and told him to practice his English with us. He was so cute! Every time we asked him a question he'd think really hard and throw his head back to look at the ceiling before he'd answer.

After such an exciting day, bed time was well needed by about ...

It's on, Xi'An!

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on Jun 20, 2013

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... or where the farmer was. Once they found him, Pres. Clinton asked for his signature, but the farmer, Mr. Yang, didn't know how to read or write, so he signed with 3 circles. He was given calligraphy lessons after that. Now he sells books, and gives his signature away for free in the museum.

The chambers themselves were large and enclosed. You could walk around and see where the archeologists dug everything up. There were some labs ...