Xian Titan Times Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsXian Titan Times Hotel Xi'an
Maybe we were tired when we got here, but lifts inadequate to cope with busses arriving en masse. Our air conditioning and housekeeping unresponsive. Breakfast was good but dining room not equipped to cater for the numbers and we were seated in nearby lounge and had to eat off low coffee tables
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Today will be one of the busiest in our tour. After the overnight on the train we would be picked up by a tour guide before seeing the Terracotta Warriors & horses museum, the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, and a cycle tour around the walls of the old city.
Sleeping on the train wasn't too bad although the "beds" were very …
We're all really happy here.
Tomorrow we're headed to Hua mountain where we'll stay overnight. We'll shop around on Thursday and try not to get into too much trouble.
Then Friday we'll cable-car it up the mountain and enjoy the view.
Goodluck to everyone finishing finals!! next time I post you'll be done school! ahh!! congratulations everyone!!! YOU DID IT
... There is still part they haven’t touched yet, but scanned it with sound and ground radar, if it ever gets opened, it could be greater than the pyramids, no one knows exactly what is there with any certainty, but it has to be something spectacular (I hope)
I bought a small set (had to be done) and a few other trinkets, I’ll probably never see something like this again
Oh, well, enjoy the photos; they are the best I could ...
Xi'an is one of the oldest cities in China (with more than 3,100 years of history). It is a walled city, as you can see from the photos, and is one of the four great ancient capital cities of China. Today it still thrives, and not just because of tourism attracted by the Terracotta Warriors. It is home to some 8 million locals.
We spent the first day in Xi'an trying to organise our departure from the city. Eventually we managed to get two train tickets ...
... technology would allow them to be uncovered with their colours still intact. Dedication or laziness? You decide. Saw a few more rooms and got some great snaps, it’s amazing that the feller who ordered these soldiers to be made was only in the dynasty for 37 years, yet all the soldiers took around 40 years to make. The soldiers were made by hand and each are individual, with ...