Zhengzhou Dahe International Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Zhengzhou Dahe International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Zhengzhou
... meet a Shaolin Kung Fu Master. The students here range from 4-18 years old.
In the afternoon we visited the famous Shaolin Temple which is in the Songshan Mountain. It is the most reputable and longest standing temple in China and was the birthplace of Shaolin King Fu. In the temple we visited the main places and the Pagoda Forest. The Pagoda Forest is a cemetery for monks. They bury them in stupas ...
... the museum. Zayne kept pointing and and saying something in Chinese over and over, so we finally asked our guide Tina what it was that he was saying, and turns out it was "get a picture of that!". So we had to photo whatever he pointed at, then show him the picture on our phone, and he would nod and then be satisfied. We hung out there for about 2 hours, then bused it back to the Hilton.
Lunch was room service, with most of us going American style ...
... dozen toy rides for the kids to play on, and a larger play area in another section that had a sandbox and a jumpy inflatable. Zayne loved the inflatable, so I foresee some Pump it Up trips back home in the near future. Zackery got a new Lego set and a remote control car at a toy store there, so he was excited about that.
We hung out there until lunchtime, then hit Burger King on the way back. Julie, Zack ...
Today was not as hectic as yesterday. We kicked it off at 6:30 with breakfast here at the Hilton, which really is great. They have all kind of foods, so besides filling us up and carrying us through lunch, we got to experiment with Zayne this morn. So far the findings are: he really likes meat - ribs, cold cuts, pork, beef, chicken, whatever. He does fairly well with fruit, and enjoys a nice cup of warm tea. He really does ...
... the stairs with 3 boys, one of whom was our Zayne. We recognized him immediately. Little Z made it so easy on us right from the jump. I picked him up, he smiled at me and then gave Zackery a kiss on the cheek. Fairly unbelievable, and quite an amazing moment. Julie got to hold him next, and then we took turns being ushered through the confusion to sign some paperwork. Zayne went right for the small toy area and ...