Baihe Hotel

Address: No.85 Zhanqian Street, Qiqihar, Heilongjiang, 161000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.85 Zhanqian Street, Qiqihar.
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        Travel Blogs from Qiqihar

        The endless train ride......And almost Detained!

        A travel blog entry by chrissriley on Mar 25, 2013

        1 comment, 13 photos

        ... citizen hopefully the embassy in Beijing will send someone up to get you out of jail..but now that I think back I figure that the officer did not want to fill out all of the paper work, from what I have seen the cops here a super corrupt and lazy! I later asked Lana what happened when I was sent to the otherr room and she said something along the lines "you have hidden weapon and it illegal and they cant figure out how you got it into the country and what your intention is and it ...

        Qiqihar Travel Guide

        A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jun 14, 2012

        11 photos

        ... of the Lesser Xing'an Mountain (Xiao Xing'an Ling), and its south and central part are alluvial plains.

        ♠Climatic Features:The area enjoys a temperate continental monsoon climate at a high altitude, the spring is dry and windy, and summer is hot and rainy. The autumn is shorter and the winter is chilly and long. The average temperature of a year is between 0.7-4.2C (33.3-39.6F).

        ♠When to ...

        A genuinely good time.

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 15, 2010

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... don't hop the fence. Instead of barb or razor wire, glass bottle shards were pushed into mortor at the top. There was one grave in the tree grave section that was opened up. We went and checked it out and I felt a very, very strong and aggressive energy. I haven't felt anything this strong since I've been in China, so I just decided to get away as quickly as I could. I did not take a picture for obvious reasons. Also, I'm not sure what this means, ...

        Rock, Racing and Racism. Add some touring too.

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Jun 05, 2010

        52 photos

        ... Crank Bros Candy C pedals, Shimano sora front derailleur and Shimano STX rear. The original shifters were downtube shifters (which I hate) so I installed some old Sun Tour bar end shifters when I put on my new handlebars and brake levers (Nashbar 7075 Lite and Tektro R200a levers). For now the saddle is a Forte T1 triathlon saddle. This shouldn't be comfortable, but surprisignly this doubles as a decent touring saddle with the right shorts (narrow and ...

        Chinese people in a foreigner's element

        A travel blog entry by baitianming on Apr 05, 2010

        8 photos

        Most of us are Aussies, a few are Russian, a handful of some African countries and then I am the only American. To be honest, because of some of my radical tendancies I like it better this way. Most of the Aussies are younger than me. They tend to speak amongst themselves probably because they all work together. I tend to spend more of my talking with the Russian girls and the older people who show up mostly because they're less concerned with ...