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

X marks the Spot!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 14, 2014

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Leaving Lhasa and Tibet, was a tad sad, as during our five days in this country brought such new experiences, new sights and the company of two lovely guides. We had also become so familiar with the old town area, with the Yak Hotel being a stones throw away. In spare time we could wander across the street, stroll around the square and window shop or head up to ...

Soldiering on

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 18, 2013

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... very fancy but the general consensus was that the dancing/acting not at the same standard as other shows we've seen but no one was complaining. I have to admit everyone's batteries were seriously depleted by the time we got to the Titan Times hotel. Maybe because we were tired we were easily dissatisfied but the hotel didn't stack up. The aircon in our room wasn't working and the room was smelly. Despite repeated requests to housekeeping they didn't ...

Independence Day

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 04, 2013

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... long day we headed back to the hotel. We are exhausted at the end of each day because every excursion starts around 7am and we typically end the day around 8pm. There is just so much Chinese history to experience. We realized that we are really blessed because trip days are very long but the kids are hanging tough. We have received many complements about the kids behavior and their ability to handle all of the attention they have been receiving. They seem ...

7,000 terra cotta warriors

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 27, 2013

... moves on around them.
From the city wall we went to visit the wild goose pagoda. Josh and i may be getting a little templed and pagodad out to have fully appreciated this one, although the story about an auspiciious flock of ducks flying overhead just as this was built and then the lead duck dying and being buried there and lending the pagoda its name was interesting.
This particular pagoda houses confucionism texts in great stone tablets. The ...

Fengqing Park

A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jan 25, 2013

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As expected, the PSB (Public Security Buareau) meeting didn't really tell us anything new, although we did get told that there is a zoo to the south of the city that we can not go to unless we have a tour guide, as 'lots of tourists have got lost around there.' Nothing to do with anything else, of course...

The school we went to was in Beilin, close to where ...