Changfeng Hotel

No.754 Anning West Road, Anning District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730070, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.754 Anning West Road, Anning District, Lanzhou.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

    A Couple Days of Rest At Sea - ENR to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by masonke on Mar 23, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... was seated. Bonnie was casually reading her book. The next thing you know, some crazy woman got angry at Bonnie and started to tear into her for saving seats (we have been on this cruise for about 9 days at this point and it seems to be standard practice used by everyone). I thought I was going to witness a WWF preliminary round. My money was definitely on Bonnie. This lady went so far as to pick-up the items of the others on 2 chairs and ...

    Busy time in the heart of china

    A travel blog entry by suzymoldau on Nov 17, 2011

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... but its still quite breath taking to see it for yourself. We were so lucky with the weather too. If it was cold and windy I think it would have been quite a different experience. We climbed 422 steps to one watch tower and hit a no admittance sign so thinking we'd gone as far as we could one way we set off back in the other direction to find that apparently they don't enforce those signs and we could have climbed higher. Dam it. However, having no learnt this I ignored ...

    Lanzhou -- the eagle is flying again

    A travel blog entry by danandcarolann on Jan 13, 2011

    9 photos

    ... a white line down the middle. It contrasts sharply with the dirt brown hills.

    Lanzhou is on a large flat plateau surrounded by mountains. The airport is 70 km away on another plateau surrounded by those low rounded hills that look like something out of the Sahara desert. There are very few trees -- only 30-foot poplars that have been planted on the roadside and hills to prevent erosion and to keep the desert ...

    The halfway mark test!

    A travel blog entry by nikkistravels on Jul 27, 2010


    ... day's drive, still trying to catch up on sleep from the last night we pulled up in an empty paddock next to a lake to setup camp. Then the third test began... Some locals pulled up in their car and said they owned the land and said we would have to pay to stay. So we decided to move on as the Leader knew a place a bit further along where they'd stayed the previous year. As we started to leave they drove off in front of us and blocked the entrance with their car ...

    Smelt, Yellow riiver cruises and KTV

    A travel blog entry by leonnatmckenna on Jun 10, 2009

    3 photos

    We drove all day today in order to get to Liujiaxia. We arrived very late and had to bribe the ferry man in order to get across to the town. While we were waiting Leon just wandered off and wandered into a Smelting plant. There were guys there sweating and scraping skag our of hugh metal drums. He said it was a cool sight and was amazed that he was just able to walk in and walk around the place! No ...

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