Jin Lun Hotel Lanzhou

Address: No.72 Hezheng Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

Well, this is a story and a half

A travel blog entry by pandyana on Aug 30, 2014

19 photos

... view from the balcony. As I’m about forty minutes away from the town, I have a good view of the skyscrapers, from a distance; the echo each other along the skyline. The downside is that I can also see the poverty; people living in tiny little homes, made of tin, that look like they are about to crumble. The area is covered with rubbish and I have watched them wash their clothes and themselves in the dirty river that’s nearby. They cook over a campfire at night. Thing is, ...

Lanzhou - Gigantic Capital of Gansu Province

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 02, 2014

75 photos

Lanzhou is the capital of Gansu Province and a massive city
that sprawls a great distance along the Yellow River between hills on both
sides. It’s said to be a center of the chemical industry and have appalling
pollution at some times of year, but it wasn’t very noticeable in June.

This was my second time in Lanzhou, the first being in 2006
when I did a Silk Road trip from London to Beijing with Dragoman. Lanzhou ...

China Mainland: Part One

A travel blog entry by paulradoja on Jun 15, 2013

4 comments, 27 photos

... and getting on a bike to view the area. I was bored of the city very soon though, so I spent the next 10 days outside of Yangshou (near Jima village) at the Yangshou Traditional Tai Chi School learning Qi Gong and Chen style Tai Chi. They had really clean and comfortable rooms (considering the area of course) and home cooked meals with very nice teachers. The daily schedule for myself and the one other student (Emanuele from Italy) ...

Longji Rice Terraces

A travel blog entry by missfit on Feb 21, 2012

42 photos

... So yes no altitude to speak of, and no majestic peaks. But there were similarities to a point. Staying in this village was a welcome relief from the cities we'd been in and quite possibly my favourite part of the trip. People in these villages still dress (for themost part) in traditional garb and sell their produce on the sides of the little alleys. It was like stepping back in time. Although I did notice that most men and young people did wear western dress. This led me ...

A summary of china

A travel blog entry by pennyduce on Jul 20, 2011

... said one of her friends had bought not having a clue of it's meaning. Fortunately she was told to stop wearing it by someone who understood English.   I swear someone is getting a real kick out of making up slogans for these non English speaking countries!  I would love that job! They also love English names and pick whatever takes their fancy... For example I have met a Micky Mouse and a Michael Jackson You can eat three meals a day for $5 Aussie dollars, $10 if you ...