Super 8 Xi'an Zhongshan Gate
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We felt like royalty eating so many different dumplings.
Xi’an has a population of “only” 10 million. The number of apartment buildings we observed driving from the airport last night was even more stunning in the day time. There are literally thousands of cement structures, each standing perhaps 30 stories with a crane on top. They look like giant skeletons on the horizon. The amount of new construction underway still boggles our ...
... Walmart(yes, they even have them in china) to buy items for her to prepare a nutrition lesson. What an experience. Not being able to read Chinese, It is quite a challenge determining what you are buying.and the simplest task becomes extremely challenging. This is truly what made it so much fun though. When we got to the register, we couldn't check out because we had not weighed and tagged the fruit that she selected for her demonstration. This leads ...
... because a few kilometres away is the "small one". The seven storey ancient building is a land mark in Xi'an and is beautifully and lovingly maintained by the 40 resident monks. There is significant development in this precinct as Chinese Buddhist benefactors make significant contributions to new building projects. It is quite breathtaking to be in these rooms - the temple was built in 652 in the Tang Dynasty and it really is astonishing that the structure ...
... book i have don't cover allergic, so there I am in the middle of this gorgeous temple doing a charade of vomiting in a desperate attempt to explain why neither of us want a banana. We tried to offer him some chestnuts and he too them but gave them tot he goddess and guess what...he takes two apples from the front offering bowl and gives them to us for good health. I am so overwhelmed by the generosity of the monks here. Can you imagine a Church of England ...
... lounges" at the airports where passengers can get their smoke on without having to wait until they get outside. Restaurants smell like smoke, hotels smell like smoke, and theaters smell like smoke. Some Chinese dude had a lit cigarette in his hand in the hotel elevator the other day. Unlike the U.S., it doesn't appear that there are many smoking regulations indoor, so people are free to light up where they want. 3) Personal space. On a few occasions, I have ...