No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Hohhot
I'm going to start with dinner, I know that's back to front but it was just so funny!! It was the highlight of my day. We decided to have dinner in our hotel after finding out that there was a self service buffet for a fiver on the third floor. We thought that that would be great, it would be straightforward, no menus to …
On Train crossing border into inner Mongolia (china):
I woke to find that we had been given passport forms to fill in. Heidi was fast asleep. I still had Steve's words of wisdom ringing in my ears, so I decided that it would be best to leave the sleeping monster alone (H- I prefer beauty!!). Unfortunately, my plan back fired …
We were woken at 8am by our tour guide and went to the house for breakfast of fried bread and milk tea with strange seeds added to the top. After packing up we got in the minivan for the 2.5 hour drive back to Hohhot, making use of our helpful guide to book us some more accommodation! The driver dropped us off a short walk away from ...
... into two compartments, one spicy and one original, to which we added delicious lamb slices, noodles, mushrooms, potatoes and sweet potatoes. It was certainly one of the best meals we'd had on this China trip all washed down with a couple large Tsing Tao's! Very full from dinner we navigated the pavement-less road back to base for an early night. Stayed at Jinye Sunny Hotel, Hohhot [T&J Rating: ...
... Desperate for the loo, I was informed that there was no toilet and told to go in the grass (no trees to hide behind!).
Then it was time to face my biggest fear…riding a horse. Mongolian horses are kept outside all year round, even when the temperature reaches -30*c in the Winter! Brrr!! Apart from a very ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services