Grand Soluxe International Hotel
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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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... put all the money down on the spot and bought my tickets up! ha ha SHEW! soooo looks now like I'm heading for this marathon!
and in fancy form too! ...ON A SOFT SLEEPER! oh la la ha ha! never in my wildest dreams! but well I couldn't let the trip slip away due to my cheapness- so I paid the extra 150 Y (about $28) and called it a day! (hey I already invested like $200 and a RIDICULOUS AMOUNT OF MILEAGE TRAINING to let this trip slip away ha!) my budget can handle it I'm pretty ...
... things that I haven't really experienced before...often it is just a feeling in the gut, a fear, or a moment of awe. But no longer am I disappointed if I haven't seen 'incredible' or felt 'this is the best' trip ever... I just enjoy experiencing what the people of the county experience, exciting or not.
So while this so far seems to be very 'ho-hum', it is an experience like no other I have ever had... I will have to see if novelty alone will sustain me ...
... all the time. I got loads of photos in here, and finally the group agreed we had seen something that actually seemed worth the money. We were herded through a gift shop, where the man who actually discovered the first fragment of the warriors on his farmland in 1974, was sat. He was paid about 10 yuan (A quid!) at the time by the government, then forced off his land. it seems a bit wrong that he now makes a living by sitting in a gift shop signing books. Although its ...
... and works for a State owned fiber factory. He has one baby but would love to have another but the 'one baby' law kicks in - if they have a second baby, he will immediately lose his job. He believes in the rationale for the law, saying that China has too many people, BUT? His sister of 35 is married in his rural village with a family of three children. One ...