Zhonghe Hotel

No.63 Cehui East Road, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710054, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Xi'an

Xi'an - terracotta warriors

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness


... were to only give extra fruit to people who looked old. When we asked how do we tell if they are old, the answer came that we should check if they had a bit of white hair. (As Liam pointed out, white hair is not necessarily a sign of old age :D) In xi'an we also visited the farm where the terracotta warriors were found. The pits are huge and the warriors are so intricately designed (everyone of them with completely unique features). We ...

The Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by tomstephtravel


... inner part of the city is surrounded by 14km (an inner area of nine square kilometers),12m high wall, this apparently is one of the oldest city walls in China. It is one of the main landmarks in Xi'an, laong with the bell tower which sits inside the wall.

The main reason for stopping in Xi'an was to see the Terracotta Warriors. This was one of the main things on our list of things to do in China. ...

Beer Cruise and the Terracotta Warriors

A travel blog entry by sirscottric


... first pit found) is the biggest and contains mostly infantry and a few chariot warriors. Pit 2 (the second pit found) contained more infantry, archers, and cavalry. This pit has hardly been dug however, due to the before-mentioned wanting to preserve the paint. Pit 3 (the third pit found) contained officers and generals and was located behind all the infantry. The infantry mostly faced East because enemies would most likely come from the east. Xi'an is surround by mountains ...

The excitment builds...

A travel blog entry by deborah.young

The day is finally here that the kids all arrive in Xi'an - Amy and Ben having arrived in Tianjin on Sunday and spent a couple of days there with Evan & Steph.

I had my 2 normal classes of small stars to teach, finishing at 8.30pm, then out to the airport to meet the flight from Tianjin with all 4 coming to see me. Everyone at school knew what was happening, as I hadn't been able to contain ...


A travel blog entry by fromthemill


... How there aren't more accidents, I don't know! The locals on their 3 wheeled tricycles piled high with boxes weave randomly between the buses and cars and the number of near misses we have seen runs into the tens. At the time of finishing this blog post, we did see some poor lady get knocked down by a van, luckily she was OK but a stark reminder that you need 360 degree vision here when crossing roads and walking along the hutongs- your not safe from electric bikes, cars ...

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