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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Tuesday's schedule is as follows: Calligraphy/Painting, Chinese, Tai Chi, and selective courses. Some of the students ran with the Chinese students at 10 AM when they all line up to run around the track. Great job to Jess, Maddie, Anna H., Chris, Faruk, and Koby! Today we ran almost two laps. It really is impressive how quickly the Chinese line up and organize themselves. That being said our runners held their own in the formation!
During the break many ...
... can have no other effect upon an adult except to warm the heart and force a big smile. As much as we complain about the impact of smart phones on students' attention spans and study habits, I believe they have genuinely assisted our exchange by allowing students from each side to talk in pictures. These kids are constantly huddled around a phone watching a video, reading a text, or in some way devouring interesting content.
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... land and cities here are pretty revolting. Except for the excursion 2 hours into the country, we haven't seen the sun yet and its not because it's been raining or cloudy. The pollution here is palpable. A permanent haze restricts your vision to 5 blocks, max. The streets are filthy and some of the food stalls and hutongs smell of rotten grease, or even worse, raw sewage. Lanzhou was the worst. All the bathrooms reeked of broken sewage lines and the water was so brown ...
... to many different places for all of my life. I have been out of my element more than one time, have had to accept disappointments on more than one occasion. Never, though, have I had to sit and accept that I was in a foreign country and would be seeing only what could be glimpsed from my window. I learned how to sit still, in other words, and be patient. I am quite accustomed to being dragged to all the places under the ...
... a couple of side rooms. The whole place feels a bit run down, despite the fact that, as their little guide book puts it, "Especially after the founding of New China, and owing to the correct religious policies for the minority nationalities by the Communist Party and the People’s Government, the authorities concerned allocate special funds for the renovations of the mosque every year."
After that, I came back to the hotel and had a little nap. I ...