Travelers also looked at:
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Shangde Hotel Xi'an
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... and interesting history. Take a look at the tube map below....something a little more modest than ours in London that serves the same amount of people :) Anyway we soon realised that our hazy feeling wasn't only from lack of sleep and too many beers....the smog here was awful!! Even worse than Beijing! To give you an example, right smack in the middle of their city lies business complexes, skyscrapers, malls, apartments and yes a whacking great coal ...
... pieces (a jacket sort of thing and a long skirt) that were both red and covered in gorgeous gold embroidery. This was paired with a huge gold headdress/crown type of thing that sat on my hairline and dangled over my forehead and framed my face. Matilde and Rachael sported similar Chinese looks with various Asian and western aspects. Our next dresses were white and very classic. Mine was all lace with sheer long sleeves and a short train. I was also given a legit crown with ...
... for some Belgian beers (Belgian beer seems to be a favourite in China). On our way back home we walked back through the Bar street and bumped into some American and British chemical engineers who work in China, who were on the hunt for a good bar. We decided to join them and ended up in a place called Old Henry's drinking Carlsberg that tasted like lemonade and 1664 that tasted like mango juice, weird and not good for the head, but it was quite fun. Hours on the train: 219.5 Countries visited: ...
I am never bored anywhere: being bored is an insult to oneself. ~Jules Renard Like French Author Jules Renard, I can't stand telling myself that I'm bored. Especially while I'm in China. So I refuse to give boredom the chance to overcome me. This morning started like any other school day: wake up, breakfast, taxi to school. I have become very familiar with the taxis of Xi'an, slowly the uneasiness that hit me like a truck when I ...
... seat for the over night train as there were no sleepers left, even though we booked it over a week in advance. This was a nightmare...... we hardly got any sleep, the seats are comfortable for short journeys but not for sleeping on. Plus the people opposite us wouldn't shut up until 1am. We were happy to arrive into Xian and have a free pick up waiting for us at the station to take us to our lovely clean hostel and go straight to bed. We stayed at Han Tang Inn. This ...