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Like toy soldiers.

I made it safely to my hostel in Xi’an, after a slight mishap involving an accidental countryside station, and a terrifyingly indefinite taxi ride into the city. 364 more words


China - South to North Video Compilation

Music used without permission: Little May – Boardwalks




We were fortunate enough to be able to visit Xi’an and the Terracotta Warriors during a recent break. Beth’s family was in town (her mother, Annalee, her brother, Joseph, and her sister, Mary) and we all went to spend a day in Xi’an. 3,880 more words


The Terracotta Warriors Came to Town

China’s famed terracotta warriors’ traveling exhibition made a visit to the United States this year. Luckily, they marched straight to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis which is only 100 miles from me. 452 more words

Museums & Tours

Is the Mona Lisa art? How about My Bed? Or the Terracotta Warriors? Right – because if you asked the First Emperor who actually had them made, he’d say they were ‘a way to defend my immortal soul’.

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The Terracotta Warriors

To take advantage of the National holiday we decided to book a trip to Xi’An. Xi’An has many attractions to tick off the bucket list; the most famous being the Terracotta Warriors. 304 more words

Xi'an: The Warriors, The Wall, The Fountains and The Muslim quarter

First and foremost, when in Xi’an you must make the trip to see the Terracotta Warriors.

We spent a nerve-wrecking hour on a tourist bus to the Terracotta Warriors in which the bus used the bicycle lane on several occasions beeping at pedestrians and cyclists to move from it’s path. 857 more words