Xi'an Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsXi'an Garden Hotel
Located by the Large Goose Pagoda , the setting is beautiful. Staff is very polite and the rooms are very clean.
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The Dacien Si was very close to our hotel and we paid a morning visit there. Although there seemed to be resident monks the atmosphere of the place seemed more geared towards tourism that worship and I found it a little soulless in comparison to some of the temples we've visited. The rest of the day was a relatively quiet day and I spent most of it …
One of the big highlights of my trip to China has to be the visit to the Terracotta Warriors. When we first arrived it was very busy, but hanging back a little and then going aroundd then the people who had their phones again later was worthwhile as much of the crowd had dispersed. The scale is incredible and the way that, again, it is curated is …
A slow start to the day today. My first job was to change rooms and then laundry. With jobs complete I walked into the old part of Xi'an and visited the Muslim quarter. It was a long walk - over 3miles - which I felt I needed. I visited the Muslim Quarter, including the Great Mosque, and spent quite a lot of time just wandering. It is a very …
and other observations. 1. Unidentifiable liquid in the street. The Chinese penchant for spitting in the street is something I'll never get used to. The sound of men, and women, clearing their throats and hocking up is vile. Whilst eating dinner the other night I had soup and, as I only had chopsticks, I picked up my bowl to drain the remaining …
A slightly later start saw us on the road to Xi'an by 9.15am but, despite this, we arrived in Xi'an in time to make a detour to see an ancient burial place recommended in Lonely Planet. It was worth it! The site was enormous and was very well curated the museum had been built over part of the excavated tombs and we were able to walk around at …