Fangxinruchun Business Hotel

No.88 East Daxing Road, Lianhu District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710016, China
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Public Swimming pools

by soundchaseruk

I like to swim to keep fit and when I am in Xian I would like the chance to do a few lengths if possible. IS there public swimming baths in Xian and where can I find details on them ?

I'd also be interested in Shenzhen, suzhou and Guangzhou

RE: Public Swimming pools

by ellyse

Not sure, but by the usual standard of hygiene in China, I wouldn't advise you to be swimming here.

RE: RE: Public Swimming pools

by soundchaseruk

Thats very kind. I can't beleive that all pools in China are dirty and infested with germs !!! I doi not intend to stay in big hotels with pools and thought it would be fun to experience daily life (and swimming pool is a normal activity) more. If there is a Council /Province website showing them it would be good to see.

I may well take you up on your offer, and hope that Chinese pools are no different than Western ones in the way you enter, change, shower etc ? having never been to Asia I am aware some customs are very different

RE: Public Swimming pools

by jackyg

Hi

I would be interested to know what your experience of pools in China was in the end. I too was thinking of using public pools when I go there... are they that dirty after all?

Jacg



RE: RE: Public Swimming pools

by soundchaseruk

Hi this is a late reply but just to say thanks but I have finally decided to only travel the Li River in two weeks in OCtober. No big citys other than HK and Schenzhen for me. If I get time I will seek one out in those citys

Travel Tips for Xi'an

Surprise - A Beautiful Park

by al2401

When you visit the Terra-cotta Warrior site you are driven from the car park to the museums by golf cart. As you drive you pass a lovely park on your left. After your visit, the preferred option is for you to walk back through the avenue of shops. Our local guide was kind to us and took us back through this lovely, peaceful park.

There was a large grassy ares studded with Ginko trees and a path that wound in and out of flowering May Bush and Dog Roses and beds of Irises. It was a great way to finish our visit in amongst the perfumed flowers buzzing with honey bees.

If you are with a local guide ask them to take you this way.

Must try Xi'an's speciality 'yangrou paomo'

by susanpingu about Tien Sia Ti Yi Wan (in Chinese)

The moment you enter (from the side), you will see photographs of famous people who have patronized this establishment. Walk up to the second floor and you will find cafeteria style seating. It's best to go after 12 noon if you want more variety. We were there in the morning and they only had 'yangrou paomo' (20 yuan each bowl) and nothing else.

This Xi'an speciality consists of two hard round white bread which you have to break into pieces (into the bowl provided) before the waiter will ladle hot lamb soup over it. It's served with cilantro and pickled garlic. Beef soup is also available if you don't like lamb.

This dish reminds me of some ingenious nomads needing to have a ready lasting staple food to serve with the game they hunt and cook in a big pot over open fire. Cool!

The restaurant was recommended to us by the bus driver and his colleague. There are many restaurants inside the city walls so you'll never want for variety.

Wow!! Incredible

by loliver

The Terracotta Army was incredible! A definite must see if you come to China. Each individual soldier's face is different and unique. Even the sizes of the soldiers varies both tall and short as well as thin and plump. Even the horses looked different. I can't even imagine how many artisans it took to create such a wonder. Truly amazing once you see the true scale of the number of soldiers that have been unearthed and the projected number that still remain buried to the world.

Banpo - an ancient civilization: Part 4

by mke1963

Today Banpo sits among smoky factories, white-tiled apartment blocks and busy roads, and it requires some imagination to picture these primitive farmers using their tools to plant crops and fashion pots. Ongoing studies at Banpo and other early Yellow River civilisation sites will yield more discoveries over time. It is certainly a strange experience to close your eyes at Banpo and just feel that you are standing where civilisation all began. It is also a pity that after such a glorious start, China?s pottery industry now seems to focus on producing white rectangular tiles or the most appalling, tacky objects for tourists.
Nearby, a modern day re-creation of the village has been developed to show Chinese tourists what those days were like. Judging by the scathing comments in English language guide books, it is unlikely that many Westerners visit it now. Having said that, the man at the entrance said that I was the first foreign tourist he had seen in some days, so maybe Western tourists are skipping Banpo entirely.
I was impressed by Banpo. Considering the standards of most Chinese museums, this one looked loved and well tended: a museum curator volunteered to show me around the exhibition room and pointed out some of the less obvious points of some of the artefacts. A small stand has a surprisingly wide collection of books and brochures in English, along with the usual collection of cheap souvenirs. Elsewhere in the gardens, several other shops sell Shaanxi farmers primitive paintings (I must admit that I bought two because I quite like them) and another that was crammed full of the most awful silk clothing and other junk.

The Lonely Planet suggests that the "general consensus is that it is tacky and boring, but the occasional traveller comes away singing its praises". But just as Basil Fawlty exclaimed "What do you expect to see out of the window of a hotel bedroom in Torquay?", what do you expect to see at a museum that explains the history of one of the world's first human settlements?

Como están / How they are

by elpariente

El maquillaje hace maravillas en las mujeres y también en los guerreros
Aunque en algún sitio pone la señal de prohibido hacer fotos , realmente se pueden hacer en todas partes , eso si hay que tener en cuenta que hay poca luz generalmente , especialmente si utilizas el zoom

The makeup makes wonders for women ans as well to the warriors
Although somewhere puts the signal of forbidden to take pictures, really you can take them everywhere, but you must must take in mind that there is usually very poor light , specially if you are using the zoom

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