Hanting Express Xi'an Keji Road Chuangye Square

Address: No.195 Keji Road, Gaoxin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710061, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Maweiyi Cultural Town

A travel blog entry by bcpschina on May 31, 2015

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Travelling to Maweiyi Cultural Town took about 90 minutes by bus. Per Hannah, it seemed like China's equivalent of Williamsburg. Upon entering the town there were so many sights and sounds. It was literally like stepping back in time from the décor, to the traditional foods, to even the regalia of individuals dressed up performing.

Every type of food you could imagine was there! Some tried duck head, scorpion, rabbit, bugs, and brains to name ...

Travelling day

A travel blog entry by jaq123 on May 10, 2015

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... definitely wouldn't have asked for if given a chance. Dad kept saying to me if the food is this bad then the show must be good. Luckily he was right and the show was just lovely. We thoroughly enjoyed the display of music and dance. Graceful women and gentle movements, exotic musical instruments that intrigued us both. In the end the evening turned out well.

Xian, Hanyangling Mausoleum and City Walls

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 11, 2014

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... discussed our programme, we realised that we had to pack a lot in and the time was shortened by an early flight on the day we leave, when we had expected to be able to go the the Hanyangling Mausoleum, so without further ado we set off for there. Everyone knows about the Terracotta Warriors but the Hanyangling Mausoleum is less well known and while we were there it was virtually empty. It is a joint tomb of Liu Qi, a notable emperor of the Western Han Dynasty (206 ...

Xi An Old town, wall, and museum

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 22, 2014


... dance program. If they were Tang dances, then I might be the Empress ChiXi. However, it was a fun program and we enjoyed it. One piece featured a woman playing a Chinese zither and there was another piece ( a "Trunpet solo") which featured a very unusual instrument - a brass instrument with a trumpet bell, but airholes like a flute or recorder, and what appeared to be a double reed mouth piece like an oboe. Unfortunately the guy was ...

Xi'an stopover

A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 01, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... pace. The bikes were much better than last time, these once had front suspension which made it a lot better on the cobblestones. We walked back to our hotel from the wall stopping at Dairy Queen for a blizzard on the way back. It was hot as we finally had sun and blue skies. In the evening we headed over to the Muslim quarter for supper. It is a huge night market that was packed with thousands of people. Again it was an exercise of elbows out and follow the leader. ...

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