Mca Hotel

Address: 150m South from Wenxian Road South Gate, The Ancient City, Dali, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 150m South from Wenxian Road South Gate, The Ancient City, Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Travel Blogs from Dali

    Cai Cun

    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 31, 2015

    2 photos

    ... our carriage being right at the end), and made it on to the train with one minute to spare.

    The journey to Dali was about 7 hours and made much pleasanter by having bunks in a sleeper carriage. Once we had sweated off our run we spent a nice journey reading, sleeping and talking to a friendly Mongolian student.

    Dali has two towns, the historic old town, Dali, and the new city, Xiaguan, but also called Dali. The train station was in Xiaguan, so we took a ...

    Ancient Town, 3 Pagodas and 500 Ahrats

    A travel blog entry by fero_vrskovy on May 06, 2011

    1 comment, 21 photos

    We are enjoying the ancient city of Dali and our wonderful huge room at the relatively new Jade Emu. Dali is located on the Yunnan Tibet Highway about half way between Kunming and Lijiang so this is about as close as we will get to Tibet, although there is certainly a Tibetan influence in Yunnan, and I understand as well, Sichuan (and of course, Nepal, India, Laos…) The dry, sunny climate here has been a ...

    Chillin in Dali town

    A travel blog entry by finallytop3 on Oct 26, 2010

    3 photos

    ... about Dali itself is that the old city is far away from the crowded, nothing-special new town. The old town is a small but touristy place with huge mountains on its west side and a very big lake on the east. Chris, a German guy who was sharing my hostel room, and I decided to hike in the mountains one afternoon even though the weather was quite cloudy and the mountains were socked in. We took the chairlift up and climbed around some in the mist while not being able ...

    Dali Day 3, A day I will never forget!

    A travel blog entry by jkasm on May 15, 2010

    ... She was getting so frustrated and a crowd had gathered to watch the westerner bargain with the local. We finally bought it but during the negotiating process several other vendors had rushed to their stash to get another of the items we were purchasing, because they heard me say I needed more than one. The vendors started arguing about who got to sell it to us and the coffee shop owner kicked them off of his property. We caused quite a ruckus.


    Day 6 - The Train

    A travel blog entry by thom_ayers on Jul 22, 2009

    ... mush chinese to know something was wrong, the train would take us 10 hours, it turned out that on a bus it would take only 4 hours, only in China!

    The journey wasnt to bad, I maniged to fit in several hours sleep and a few card games and sampling of the on board snacks took up the rest but it was still a relief to get of the train. Outside the station there were buses waiting but as we hadnt booked a hotel we had to wait for a taxi, ...