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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E: Lunch in an otherwise empty restaurant foresaw a tourist-driven coup before we reached Xi'an. The Yangling mausoleum of the Han dynasty is situated just off the Yanxi expressway (catchily known as G65W), and a motion on the truck in favour of dropping in was easily carried. The people had spoken, and …
... even that has proven to be risky. Let's hope we didn't just donate to the Chairman Mao fund! We finished our Xi'an stay with dinner in the Western restaurant. I stuck with chicken wings, rice and a Chinese beer - but Mac did go "western" and tucked into a rib fillet and a rum! Our restaurant manager, who we had noticed at breakfast was STILL on duty...his normal day for 20 years has been 7.30 am till 10.00 pm. Thinking I should ask him if he is interested ...
... to take a ride on one of these bikes but I am sure I eventually will. These guys parked ...
... preserving the site ever since. What's so cool about the warriors is the details. There's over 7500 life-sized warriors and each of them have different facial features and clothing and weapons. What's unfortunate is that they were also painted, but as they've been uncovered the paint quickly faded away. They've held off on uncovering the majority of the warriors until they can find a way to preserve the coloring. So why were they made and buried? Well, the ...
... the city views from upon high. Unfortunately they had tandems again, so I was forced to endure 100 minutes of **** agony whilst we saw a modern city through the smog ... or low cloud as the Chinese like to refer to it. It actually turned out to be a full on work out, as it would actually take nearly 2 hours at a reasonable speed to complete a full circuit but with the quality of scenery we were witnessing, I wasn't wasting another penny on that ...