Lhasa River Guest House

Address: House No 22/ Third Pass/ Compound No 2, Xian Zu Dao Ecologicalpark, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on House No 22/ Third Pass/ Compound No 2, Xian Zu Dao Ecologicalpark, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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    A travel blog entry by tbienek on Oct 19, 2015

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    ... so on the door). We get talking to one of the German owners who is able to give us our first update on the fuel situation in Nepal. Sounds like only short distance flights are coming in and out as there is still no fuel coming in. We will have to wait and see. As our departure from the hotel is scheduled before restaurant gets going we revisit our local bakery up the street for some red bean pastries and Tibetan doughnuts for breakfast and we are resigned to the ...

    Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 07, 2014

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    This morning began with a walk to Potala palace. This is the iconic palace that one sees in most of the images of Tibet. The walk from the hotel took about 15 minutes and then we walked one Kora around the palace. The amount of people walking was unbelievable! There were hundreds of people walking around the palace. We also came to one spot where people were doing their morning dance. Again there were tons of people, of all ages, joining in. We also ...

    Tibet cultural experiences

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... with a few other gold items sitting on its roof. However, it's what the interior unfolds and the atmosphere created by the devout people within, that makes the building so interesting. Jokhang Temple was built in the 600s, by the thirty-third Tibetan ruler, Songsten Gampo and later extended to make it a huge complex. The courtyard in front of the temple was filled with people prostrating repeatedly, while hundreds of people prayed as ...

    Day 7: The spiritual heart of Tibetan Buddhism

    A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... driven up to the rear of the Palace and made our way in from the back thus avoiding the punishing climb up the stairs in the front of the Palace. Another daytime symptom of altitude is shortness of breath, sometimes extreme, and accompanying headaches from exertion. So being taken up to the rear of the Palace was perfect for us! After a few hours exploring the many rooms, halls and meeting places inside, we reached the roof of the Palace and were treated to a commanding ...

    Namtso Lake

    A travel blog entry by guytang on Dec 20, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... it was quiet novel, so I paid her off, got her mother to take some pictures and went on my way. The second time it happen I said no but the little bugger wouldn't let go. So I carried on walking and dragged him over some rough ground until the little bugger let go. His mother wasn't pleased but then she should have taught him better, needless to say no one else grabbed my legs again! Chinese nationals are allowed to go pretty ...