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Q: Where to go; what to do, in Xi'an?

I'm going next week.

8 years 36 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Xi'an

 
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terracotta soldiers!!!!!!!!!! bars pubs, i think there is a mountain there too

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big goose pagoda

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To many tourists at the warriors for my liking. I'm talking small back street bar with a few cool westerners relaxed smoking and drinking a pint. A place that looks like a tavern from Oxford and when you enter it is like leaving China for a while. That's where I want to go. Any ideas?

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Tired of dirt and lies.

 
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Check out this link from Echinacities ; )

http://www.echinacities.com/xi'an/city-life/a-guide-to-xians-bars-and-nightlife.html

4) Best Irish Pub – Green Molly
Green Molly is Xi’an’s first Irish pub. Located in Gaoxin district near the New Century Jinhua department store, Green Molly’s has one of the city’s best selections of imported draught and bottled beers. The venue is actually a bar and restaurant all in one, the top floor housing a Mediterranean style restaurant that serves a great selection of western dishes and the downstairs area given over to the bar. Green Molly’s is owned by the same people who run Park Qin bar, which means that membership at one will also entitle you to discounts at the other.

Green Molly’s 绿茉莉
Add: Gaoke Building, Gaoxin District, Xi’an (200 metres north of New Century Jinhyua department store)
地址:西安市高新区高科大厦副楼一层(世纪金花商场后门向北200米路东)
Tel: 029 8188 3339

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cannot really go wrong with World-guide.com

http://www.xian.world-guides.com/

happy trip ; )

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good round of golf or go to the driving range and hit a couple hundred balls and love play majong go to the west gate and play ping pong or basketball many thngs to do or i just take a drive to the country side

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