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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    Travel Blogs from Lhasa

    Yamdrok Yak Attack

    A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 24, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... not on its hinges because somebody has removed it and created a bridge across Pee Lake, which sits about 6 inches deep in the concrete building. The bridge takes you up a couple of steps to the urinals. All of them are blocked creating nice, yellow waterfalls that maintain Pee Lake's depth.

    Outside the toilet I get my photo with some Tibetan Mountain Dogs and a crazed yak. The yak is mental. I think it knows I ate ...

    Lhasa, Jokhang Temple

    A travel blog entry by kbgstm on Sep 23, 2015

    8 photos

    ... are approaching this site. The large square fronting the temple was where a monk immolated himself in the 2008 uprising. Now Chinese soldiers march through the crowds, and other soldiers stand on rooftops making sure no one gets any ideas. Everyone was warned not to take their pictures, but Kerry managed a few shots anyway. The square was smoky with burning juniper, ...

    Drepung and Sera Monasteries

    A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 03, 2013

    7 photos

    ... we found Tashi and our driver and headed out to the Sera monastery. We didn't spend as much time going through the temples as the main attraction at this monastery is watching the monks debate in the courtyard. It was really interesting to watch, there was around 100 monks where all split up into smaller groups of 4-5. One monk in each group would stand and address the other members of his group in a very animated fashion while the others were seated and would ...

    The no more forbidden city

    A travel blog entry by wildwildeast on Jun 04, 2013

    21 photos

    ... the charming temple. Here, old women with long braids wrapped around their heads mumble mantras under their breaths, spinning their prayer wheels and counting off fragments of prayers on beaded rosaries. Crimson-robed monks survey the surroundings and pour liquid butter into candleholders as offerings to the gods. The air is filled with incense, tossed by pilgrims into a white oven along with grains of barley. The pace is slow, and the mood is serene. These are the final days of ...

    44 hours on a train

    A travel blog entry by kinemichelle on Apr 12, 2012

    ... not much, but dizziness, and a little bit of headache. Several people from the group got ill, our German roomate threw up. Many of the Chinese were also throwing up because of the height we were at. Altitide sickness is serious business! We are told to drink lots of water, and relax. Hopefully, when we wake up tomorrow morning, we will have adjusted to this height.

    After checking in to our hotel earlier, we met up with the others for dinner. We went to a ...

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