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TravelPod Member ReviewsDalian Hotel Jinghong
The rooms are fine, clean and everything you need. The breakfast is Chinese and not recommended. Its more a lunch buffet, then a breakfast, even for Chinese. Pleasant stay.
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... do not stay that long!
*The next morning, the street outside has unexpectedly been transformed into a huge and very noisy market. Apparently this happens every Sunday morning. We are so glad our room did not look onto the street. By 8 a.m. when we arrive down in the car park to have a boil in the bag breakfast, the place is thronging with people and the noises are cachophonic. We are the only foreigners in sight. In order to get out of Lancang, we have to first negotiate ...
... for our expected party of eight.
Then it began to get a little weird. The manager refused to take our drink order right away and asked to move our tables over slightly so staff could get by easier. Okay, no problem. Then he asked us to scoot over a little more and a little more. Soon our chair’s backs were tight to the wall and the aisle had 4 feet of room. Then we gave our drink order to a young ...
... were cooked with appropriate spices etc in local style. This meant that we would have a banquet of tasty food to share, which we washed down with tea provided free of charge.
As Tony's burns meant walking in the jungle and swimming under waterfalls were out, we decided to hire bicycles for the day and explore the city. We looked around the main square (with many statues of elephants) and a few of the parks ...
... the short name for the province which is: Xishuangbanna.
Now that I'm at the right station, it's time to buy the ticket: I have written my city name down as clearly as possible, the date, and practiced saying: the first bus in the morning. Now..which window? I don't know, just get in the shortest line. So here we go:
... have been clear cut and planted with rubber trees. Those water hungry trees are the cause for the mountain streams and rivers to reduce within a few years from rushing water to barely running creeks. It is foreseeable that those tiny creeks will dry up soon as well. Next thing that will happen is that the rubber trees will die – the villagers will have to suffer a manifold loss: first the wild animals disappeared with the jungle, then the water goes and in the end they lose their ...