- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Jiefang Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Jiefang Hotel Xi'an
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... time to consider what to do. Eventually we decided that the best idea was just to move hostels, get that over with and then decide what to do with the day. So we packed up our stuff, put on the bag's rain covers and macs for us and strode out into the pouring rain. It's actually surprisingly cold here at the moment, and it was a long, wet, cold walk in the rain to our new hostel - about 1.5kms. It may not sound like far but ...
... pottery for thousands of years, and I am strongly recommended that you should go there to see! Now, I just see that there are some cheap China tour packages to Beijing and Shanghai in 7 days with only $430 on the lvpad.com, how exciting news! But now I need a partner to go with me, if you are looking for the cheap China tour, or if you are alone, please give me a ...
... something to be found nowhere else in the Islamic world. Normally the Koran’s verses would only be written in Arabic. Now the Mosque is one of the biggest in China. Sadly a lot of traditional Chinese mosques were destroyed by the idiocy of the Cultural Revolution (Mao’s decree to destroy all ties with China’s past when his power was under threat). So in the course of the last decades many Mosques were rebuilt, but unfortunately ...
... beds, so we took us 2 and a mother and child the others. I thought the child would annoy us, but he probably fell asleep before us. We took a sleeping tablet and dozed off. It wasn't the best sleep, the bed was quite hard but it wasn't the worst I've had. The train left at 9pm and we pulled into Suzhou just before 7am. As we stepped off the train we could barely breathe, it was much hotter than Xi'an. And I guess with that sleep and arriving on the platform ends this ...
Took the overnight train to Xian so I could catch an evening flight to Dunhuang. During the day, I intended to visit the Shaanxi History Museum, but 4000 holidaying Chinese beat me to it - the line was around the block and 4000 tickets were gone. So, I went and hung out at the park beside the Big Goose Pagoda, then wandered the Musilm Quarter.