Cuiying Hotel

Address: No.226 Tianshui South Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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      Well, this is a story and a half

      A travel blog entry by pandyana on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... day at work didn’t help either. Exhausted. Miss Mom. I need my hugs and cuddles. Trying to write every day.

      13th September (general)

      Back to XXX. Bought tickets to go to Destination C. I’ll go next weekend. Money issues. I found a good bank in XXX. All the travelling is exhausting me.

      My head is so confused and I want to scream and cry and run away and never return but can’t do that. So many choices and I don’t know which ...

      Silk Road Excursion - Hospital in Lanzhou

      A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 19, 2013

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      ... and self loathing I had during my body had chosen to get sick a mere five days before camping overnight in the desert, which is the thing I was most looking forward to on the trip, and even in my whole time in China. I hated myself for being so weak and possibly missing that once in a lifetime opportunity! I know I had no control, but I was still really upset and nervous I would miss it. Thankfully, Avery and I recovered in time to go ...

      China Mainland: Part Two

      A travel blog entry by paulradoja on Jul 10, 2013

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      ... his face after 37 years), and the Temple of Heaven.

      That's it for China. I've been on the road for 2 months now and technically I've been in "China" the whole time!! But let's just say Hong Kong and Taiwan were not exactly like the Mainland. The mainland was interesting, with some stark contrasts to the West. It's an extremely challenging country to travel independently, for a long time, and without speaking the language.


      Happy New Year

      A travel blog entry by avenel on Jan 11, 2012

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      ... was midnight. Welcome to the New Year.

      On New Year’s Day we caught the bus to the Yu Zhong campus and joined one of Owen’s classes for a jiaozi making and eating party in the ref – apparently a common end of term activity. Afterwards we set off candle-powered paper lanterns on which we’d all written messages. A lovely evening, but that was the day the weather decided to turn cold again. We’ve been back to -3 to 0 maximum since, but I think ...

      Impregnable Defile Under heaven

      A travel blog entry by laurencegarner on Jun 15, 2011

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      Jiayugan 嘉峪关

      Well it's the symbolic Western end of the great wall in any cause. Even though this town is now a sprawling agglomeration of hideous industrial parks and smokestacks, the fort just out of town was the last major stronghold of Imperial China. China did actually control territory far beyond the Jiayuguan area it was always thought of as the end of 'the ...