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Q: Is the Xi'an Horticultural Expo worth visiting?

I went to the Shanghai World Expo which was MIND-BLOWING, but I am interested to see the Xi'an one in comparison. Is it worth the money/effort?

11 years 15 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Xi'an

 
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Yo, Ludo (you ever seen Labyrinth? that film ROCKS! All bow to the Goblin King!)

I was in xi'an recently and a chinese freind took me to the horitculture expo.... it SUCKED BALLS! Luckily i wasn't paying cos i heard it cost 150 kuai a ticket.

There's not much to do except look at plants and flowers, or read about plants and flowers in bad english. I guess if you go with a bunch of pals and a bottle of whiskey, it could be aight...

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11 years 14 weeks ago
 
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It is very interresting to see. You meet lot of people, and always woman willing to halp you visit! I usually bring'em to dinner after and they are much happy!

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Getting halp from moar and moar people is like spin-o-rama high-fiving new friends on answers.echinacities.com with a tip of the hat finishing move.

 
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no, not really.... a LOT of ppl, but nothing really interesting or exiting.

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