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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 …
... were slowly becoming less effective. The plates continued to rotate around the table and their seemed ...
... sit in here getting things accomplished.
Abby and I have also worked on our Mandarin while we have been here. We know all 4 tones (even if we cannot always remember to use them when we speak) and have learned several different phrases. We also have Chinese names. Mine is Lin Ka and Abby's is Hao Cia Ni. These names were given to us when we took the Chinese language and culture class.
We have learned how to ask someone's ...
... uprising and they burnt the whole thing down, smashing up all the terracotta figurines. The end.
OK, not the end, because some villagers were digging a well in 1974 and they found some bits and bobs that looked quite good and then the whole thing was discovered. And the rest is quite literally history. I think the museum was opened in 1979, but as we go through the rest of the complex it becomes apparent that some of the pits weren’t opened ...
... with Pit 3, next Pit 2 and then finishing up in Pit 1 entering through the exit door. She really knew what she was at and we learnt so much about the history from her. In each pit she pointed out particular features and information and gave us free time to explore by ourselves in each pit. The Army of Terracotta Warriors was only discovered in 1974 when peasants were digging farmland. The whole area is still under excavation and in each pit you can ...