Holiday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
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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... previously, but not the Bell Tower, which signalled the opening of the city gates in the morning. Knowing that somewhere there had to be a tunnel under the busy roadway surrounding the Bell tower, we headed underground, but with no clear signage, we approached a policeman sitting at his desk. I asked if he could direct us to the Bell Tower to no avail as he didn't speak English, when behind me Theresa went ding ...
... who the real winner was in all of this? Lunch today was at a "tourist" venue - not our favourite lunch experience - but I guess we have been so spoiled to date in the food department that our expectations are high! Lunch really was a "public cafeteria" atmosphere and the food was almost frisbeed to the table by the passing staff. Onward to the warriors. And yep, simply spectacular (Mac's word). Pit 1 is 250 metres long and so far approximately 1 000 warriors have been fully or ...
... brought out the budget again and after a little strop, we agreed that we can't see everything and are going to focus on the things we really want to see.
We didn't stay long as we had our first overnight train booked to Xi'An to see the Terracotta Warriors. We had booked a 'soft-sleeper', a cabin with only 4 beds, which we were fairly happy with until the other 2 passengers arrived with a baby. Lloyd was on the bottom bunk and had to try and ...
... br> south gate exit there were cheesy face hole caricatures to take your photos
with as well as massive drums to hit.
Our plan following our trek along the wall
was to get a tut tut back to the hostel. The men here at the gate were catering
for more wealthy Chinese tourists and wanted at least 50 yuan for the journey.
Being our frugal selves we thought we would make the 2 mile trek back to the
hostel on foot. ...
... this point I think we need to describe Xsaxsa or ‘Lady Xsaxsa’ (pronounced jaja). Every utterance from her mouth began with "Hello, excuse me, okay?" in increasing volume, if you didn’t pay attention the first time she said it, she would shout it even louder. In a war scenario, the Chinese will be using her to jam Nato Transmissions with her high pitched screeching.
We first went to see the actual burial site of ...