Dhood Gu Hotel

Address: No.19 Shasarsu Road, Trom Si Khang, Lhasa, Tibet, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.19 Shasarsu Road, Trom Si Khang, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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      Rejsebrev 6 - Himmelekspressen og Lhasa

      A travel blog entry by j.knudsen on Sep 13, 2014

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      Søndag i Beijing. Vi har brugt eftermiddagen til at besøge de Kinesiske magthaveres Sommerpalads, der ligger lidt uden for Beijing ved en sø. Meget smukt - Men som med alle den slags flok- og følge udflugter er der ikke meget at berette. Vi ankommer i god tid til banegården og tilkøber os en lounge for 10 Yuan (9,50 kr,) - Der er bedre sæder og …

      Onward to Tibet

      A travel blog entry by dkauten on Feb 04, 2015

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      ... walk outside to get there. We were expecting a comforting, therapeutic type environment. Au contrare....the water was 58 degrees Celsius. Quite an assault to sore, tired joints and muscles. Tried Yak butter..not a fan. Tried the special yak pasta dessert..not a fan. Why does everything supposedly healthy taste bad?! I'm in love with the green tea pancakes though....they are yummy and have a delicious sesame seed crust. Hotel: The St. Regis Lhasa Resort $1 ...

      Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple

      A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Dec 07, 2014

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      ... exercise park and there were many people using the equipment. It is terrific to see so many people doing exercises in the morning. The Potala Palace was built in the 7th century. In the 17th century, the 5th Dalai Lama expanded the palace to its present state and it became the administrative offices for the Dalai Lamas for religious and political affairs. The palace houses living quarters, temples, funeral stupas, and monk dormitories. Although the ...

      Don't mention the Dalai Lama

      A travel blog entry by annietheowl on May 28, 2013

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      ... guide would definitely be giving us much more information. And his failings were highlighted further as the night just got better and better...
      The aforementioned monument opposite the palace has a paved area about 100m x 100m in front of it and as we arrived some gentle, familiar Chinese music started up; familiar in that it's the backing track to all things Chinese on telly, rather than familiar because we have suddenly become Chinese music aficionados! More importantly ...

      On top of the World

      A travel blog entry by nikkiviper on Apr 21, 2012


      ... or something like that, and passes through the highest train station in the world at 5,027m (though we didnt stop). Altitude was a problem for lots of people - us and locals alike, despite the fact that oxygen is pumped through the carraiges once we went above 4,000m (12,000 ft). But it all pales in comparison when you get up at 5am in the morning at sit at the window and watch the sunrise over the snow-covered Tibetan Plateau.

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