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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Soluxe International Hotel Xi'an
The Hotel was immaculate. Very clean and furnished to a high standard. The rooms were amazing. Large flat screen TV, really comfortable beds and pillows. The staff were very helpful and the bell boy was worth his weight in gold for the local info he gave us. Definitely recommend
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Tuesday April 22, 2014 Xi'An
They sure take care of you on this tour. We arrived at the airport, our luggage had already been checked in and we had boarding passes handed to us so through security in a flash. Uneventful flight but a meal served - mind you it was rice with some scrambled egg, corn and peas in it and some fruit.
At the …
... have western toilets (not squatters), we can close off our 4 bunk compartment from the aisle-way, there are only 4 bunks in the compartment , individual reading lights and a video screen for some kind of entertainment. The bunk above Graeme was occupied by a Chinese engineer in Cryogenics. He works for one of the universities in Xi’an and is travelling to Shanghai on business.
The night passes quickly and we find ourselves exiting the ...
... Most of us decided to go to the computer lab and email home! After we finished that we headed outside to go play some ping pong and chat with the little kids. After we got all hot and sweaty we went to our rooms to freshen up before we went out to do some shopping! We had about 3 hours to shop in this big store that had a bunch of small stores in side of them! There was a grocery store inside as well that had just about everything! A lot of us got some candy and drinks to take ...
Terracotta Warriers the next day which had something like 8000 warriers housed in 3 giant hangers, Louis gave an amazing description of how if we were all in an army we would all be different hence that's why each soldier is completely different, he makes us laugh so much- actually want to take him with us for the rest of travelling. At one point he did say "People say to me 'Louis, why you so small.. when warriers so big?" Ahhhhh!!
We didn't do too much ...
... whole thing to collapse and be lost to time.
The second pit housed some 1,500 Terracotta Warriors, but this had only a few exposed but all of these were broken and showed how the statues rested for 2,000 years. There were a few teams of archeologist working on excavating more of the statues, but that is about as much fun to watch as paint drying. The only interesting part of the second pit was the actual statues that had been put up on display in cases ...