Bazhou International Hotel

Address: No.258 Jinkang East Road, Bazhou, Hebei, 065700, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.258 Jinkang East Road, Bazhou.
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      Come together... right now.... Concert No. 5

      A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 17, 2014

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      Interestingly, as previously mentioned, the students in our audience were very keen to come to our concert when it was going to be in the Workers Theatre. We have since discovered that whilst keen, their teachers and Principal were very nervous about venturing out of the school grounds due to the issue of safety for Chinese students in a communist country. It seems that China is quite westernised in many ways, ...

      A visit to the Great Wall or the great mall?!

      A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Jul 21, 2011

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      Having paid a fortune to go on tour and see the reputedly most beautiful part of the Great Wall of China- Jinshanling in Hebei province, I hoped to God that it wouldn't be a long shopping trip to the Chinese shopping malls, where I'd be persuaded into buying **** souvenirs from shops so that the travel agent could make loads of money like the Badaling Great Wall tours and I'm happy to say that I didn't have any problems and it was ...

      The adventure begins!

      A travel blog entry by shazmay on Apr 07, 2009

      10 photos

      Arrived in Beijing on Tuesday 7th April at 8:30am local time and spent my first four days here. The tour didnt start until the 2nd day so I was going solo initially. Had arranged a pickup from the airport to bring me straight to the hotel which was great. Checked in and lay down for a few hours then ventured out later that evening. The hotel receptionist didnt speak that much English either but after a lot of sign language ...

      Te Llama la Lama Temple - Para los Peruanos

      A travel blog entry by christianbjork on Jun 21, 2007

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... I might make a stop in Luoyang to visit the Longmen Caves, a UNESCO world heritage site with numerous Buddhist stone carvings. In any case, I'm not quite sure where I'll go after Xi'an. Possibly, I'll go straight to Chengdu, unless I hear about something in the way I don't want to miss. I leave for Pingyao tomorrow at 7pm from Beijing West train ...

      Joining the Beijing bussle.

      A travel blog entry by teapots on Oct 14, 2006

      2 comments, 10 photos

      Think of the traffic out of Auckland on a long weekend then spare a thought for us clawing our way to and around the mecca of Beijing when the whole nation of China has a week long holiday. After forking out for planes tickets (after train tickets sold out whilst the school assistant sat on our request), Heather's altercation with a taxi driver (who was well reimbursed with Jo's cellphone that got forgotten in the taxi), we strolled up the a Hutong alleyway to find Dad had ...