Chang Ge Hotel

Address: 107 Guodao, Changge, Henan, 461500, China | Hotel
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    Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Dec 08, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... They were honestly just fun to play in. And they felt great when you rubbed them over your legs and arms. There was also what they called a "screamer" where you would go into a cold tub, then immediately go into the hot bath. They have these in quebec as well, they are suppose tone good for your skin. I didn't do that one. We spent a good couple of hours hopping from one Hot Spring to the next. We finally went for lunch around 2. After ...

    Good good study, day day up!

    A travel blog entry by chenli on Oct 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Erica and I joined a belly dancing class a couple days a week. This week I played soccer a couple times, which was a lot of fun, but my legs were so sore! It's probably been a couple years since I played last. The weather has been really warm all month, mid-twenties this weekend, but it's cooling off more now. I hope it's a lovely autumn wherever you are. Eat some delicious macintosh apples for me if you are in BC.

    陈丽 :)

    Day 7 Beijing

    A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 21, 2014

    Today started with a nice breakfast and then we left hotel for Tianamen Square and the Forbidden City Tianamen Square is huge and a 3 hour line for the locals to walk past and see an entombed Chairman Mao. The forbidden city holds 9 palaces and was still a place for the Emperor until 1924. There were about 3000 concubines living in the Forbidden City. Girls of 12-13 became the Emperors concubines. Went to a restaurant for lunch and a ...

    Day 6 Zhenzoung to Beijing

    A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 20, 2014

    1 photo

    Great night sleep at hotel then left for Yellow river. China is in worst drought for 63 years so wasn't much of the Yellow River to see. Interesting though we went to the spot where the Chinese exploded their dam as a last ditch attempt to stop the Japanese invasion. 900 00 people died and 4.1 million Chinese were displaced from the resulting floods. Japan did retreat but it was worse than dropping a bomb on the ...

    Day 5 Layoung to Zhengzhou

    A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 19, 2014

    6 photos

    Today was really good. We started in laoyong which was the Capitol of China during Tang Dynasty. We went to a Carriage Pit museum and Charlie our very very loud and fast talking guide which gets so excited spittle comes out of his mouth kept talking about what we thought was a "cherr.y pit" museum so the whole bus was thinking we were going to eat cherries it was so funny. When we got there it was a tomb with horses skeletons and chariots ...