Baoxin Hotel

Address: No.888 Dongtai Avenue, Tongren, Guizhou, 554300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Tongren.
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Travel Blogs from Tongren

Ten days to Hong Kong: part two

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jul 03, 2015

Dep Chongqing 2nd July 23:58 Arr Huaihua 3rd July 20:00 The carriage bustles for an hour before gradually people start to doze. In the hard seats however, sleep is hard to come by. Some slump on the table, head in the crook of a folded arm, while others contort like abandoned marionettes. I merely sit straight-backed and close my eyes. The fluorescent lights stay on all night. I come to at 04:00 to find we've stopped. We barely move for the next six hours. The delays ...

Chapter 38 - The Phoenix City

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Jun 08, 2015

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... days of debating and researching, we settled on the only big tourist destination left in Hunan that I hadn't yet visited, the city of Fenghueng in the north west of the province. Several of my friends have been there already and said great things about the town, Laura even went as far as to say that it was perfect for couples.

However just as we had made all our preparations, disaster struck. Disaster and impending doom in the shape of Susan's mother. ...

Neon Disneyland with 'thumping dance bars..'

A travel blog entry by poppyaebdavis on Jan 19, 2015

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... sheer weirdness. In the daytime the town looked totally different, with the river being dug up by loads of diggers. I don't think I've been to one Chinese town that doesn't have a **** load of building work going on. There were also loads of cute old ladies that I kept trying to get sneaky creepy pics ...

Impact of Tourism - Miao King City

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 12, 2014

33 photos

... seemed like it was set-up as a tourist attraction, despite people still living and working there. Although I am sure that all the tourism helps the economy and everyone seems to be proud to show off their culture, it does not seem completely authentic. You pay an entry fee to visit the village. Then when you enter, there are these little kids that sing a song with their arms across and not wanting you to pass unless you give them money. I guess this could be viewed as ...

Fenghuang

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 11, 2014

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... of us in the group. Luckily I was successful and didn't order anything crazy. After dinner, we wandered the streets for a bit and passed by a massage place where you put your feet into a fish tank. There are fish in there that swim around your feet. It is supposedly relaxing but definitely not something I wanted to try. We passed on this massage place and opted to go to a pub sort of place that ...