Holiday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
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Times in Xi An was great and memorable, weather is hot so we are able to walk with comfortable big t-shirt and shorts and flip flops.
Must see places in Xi An are Terracotta army (this is one of the UNESCO heritage), visit the bell tower in the city, climb the city wall for an awesome view of the city by bicycle, watch the fountain show at the …
... break away, even though I had just been away. I wanted to see the Drum and Bell Tower because they were under renovations when I was there the last time. Todd and myself headed that way, whereas the others were off to the Muslim Quarter for shopping. It was a stop at Dairy Queen for an ice cream that was first on our list. They had two for the price of one, so we all had one, but David had two, as there were five of us.
I think both the Drum and Bell Tower are ...
... the runaway, escorting women to and fro. I don't know why but I really really enjoyed that guy, a diverse ranging of entertaining factors.
Eventually the show ends, but not before they accidentally announce the 2nd place designer as the winner, 45 seconds later apologizing to her and telling her she actually didn't win. After the show I was looking forward to taking a picture with my new professor friend, though she jolted to ...
... the ones that have zeros in the middle like 1,001, but I think she is getting it and I have fun doing math with her and all the kids. Kara created an awesome geography exercise for the girls that consists of a combination of flag drawing, writing down reflections and recalling sites. Doing school with your own kids is tough and a hotel room is not the best environment but usually when we think all is lost they say ...
... AD, Xi'an was the largest city in the world with over one million inhabitants, among which one third of them were foreigners. The ancestors of these Muslims dwelled in Xian with Han people harmoniously and built the Great Mosque for worship. When night falls, the Muslim quarter is one of the busiest places in Xi'an. It is a really cool area where you can find exotic food, interesting people (some of the residents are still look like their Arabian cousins) and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Nive hotel, staff are friendly. Downside is that there is nothing around the hotel except for a few blocks of office building. We have to grab a taxi for food
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