7 Days Haila'Er Zhongyangqiao

Address: No.23 Shengli Avenue, Hailar District, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, 021008, China | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Haila'er District area of Hulunbuir.
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    Travel Blogs from Hulunbuir

    Oh what a day! Oh what a night!

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 19, 2010

    41 photos

    ... photos of the toilet (?!) and the car park of the überfamous temple Ganzhuer where Mongolians used to make a pilgrimage to every year. We only got as far as the carpark because they balked at the entrance fee which was but a measly 20 RMB, just because it had been touched up since the Cultural Revolution... is it my fault the temple got trashed?! They amused themselves by taking photos of cows instead. Yes, cows.

    What followed was a debacle. I tried to get them to stay in ...

    Horses, Blue Sky, towards Hailaer

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 18, 2010

    35 photos

    ... also unsuccessfully). It was about then that I noticed I felt stiff and sore all over with a lovely headache and no appetite. All of these symptoms are pretty unusual for me, but the last one is almost unheard of. I drank a bunch of water from the thermos I got from the kitchen the night before figuring I might be dehydrated, but shortly afterwards had to run to the toilet. It was not pretty. I'm not really sure what has happened to me but I think maybe my tummy disagrees ...

    Russians, Mongolians, and Bears, Oh my

    A travel blog entry by jonathanray on Jul 08, 2008

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... European techno music was definitely a cultural experience. Afterwards, being the Fourth of July, we made makeshift s'mores and sang America the Beautiful. Saturday was spent exploring the city, which is right on the border with Russia. We stopped at a ginormous Russian attraction (which I have no idea what to call). There were Soviet statues and a Russian ...

    Trans-Manchurian, day 5

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 08, 2006

    2 photos

    ... taken those over the tortuous border process we were forced to endure. The first hour was spent sitting in the cabin, waiting for the typically unsmiling border guard came to stare suspiciously at everyone. He even made me take off my glasses, as if I look completely different with them on. Once that process was complete, we were unceremoniously thrown off the train into the cold. Not quite expecting this to be so sudden, I hadn't had any lunch or even had the chance to ...

    All around is the horizon

    A travel blog entry by yumodo on Jul 20, 2006

    Before I went to Hailar I've never been to a grassland.The sheeps,the cows,the horses,horizon is all Hailar have.Very peaceful at night,when the sunset,the color there is purple-yellow color.and the milk products are very come low,some of them taste good!So when I got back,I must have put on 3kg my ...