Dianli Hotel

Address: No.31 Middle-Nanguan Road, Wuwei, Gansu, 733000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.31 Middle-Nanguan Road, Wuwei.
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    Travel Blogs from Wuwei

    An oases in the desert - une oasis dans le desert

    A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels on May 20, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... locaux n'en connaissent pas l'existence. Nous avons donc demandé à un taximan de nous conduire aux curiosités touristiques locales. Il nous a amené dans la campagne voir le désert, des plantations et quelques villages. De retour sur Wuwei nous étions impressionnés par la modernité du centre ville (500'000 habitants). Nous nous y sommes promenés jusqu'au souper dans un resto hallal. Nous avons ensuite pris le train pour ...

    Day 6 - July 1st Glacier, Qilian Mountain

    A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong on Apr 27, 2011

    20 photos

    We went up to the glaciers at 4000+ m today... by 2hr train and 1.5hr bus to 3800m, then hiking our way up!

    The wilderness was beautiful up there, but it was freezing cold with strong winds, and altitude sickness coming into attack!

    We endured only a few km here during our 3.5 hours up on the mountains... but it was a special break from the desert scenery we have experienced in the past few days!

    Across the mountains is Qinghai province...

    Magao Caves

    A travel blog entry by serialtraveler on Aug 26, 2010

    ... famous for the ancient and rare Central Asian and Buddhist scrolls, manuscripts and texts that were discovered in a hidden library in 1900. However, most of the priceless manuscripts and treasures were taken by foreign archaeologists and now reside in Europe – it is still a very sore point for the Chinese.

    We were able to visit ten of the caves, out of the several hundred. While the dry climate has preserved many of the ...

    Gobi Desert Sand Storm

    A travel blog entry by serialtraveler on Aug 25, 2010

    A drive day from Jiayuguan to Dunhuang, through the Gobi Desert – and a sand storm! Shortly after we left Jiayuguan we pulled into a service station and two German couples who had driven their 4WD camper vans all the way from Germany and were now touring around China. One car had been via Siberia and Mongolia, the other via the Central Asian Silk Route. They have plans to continue driving around the world. Gale force winds wiped up all the dust and sand and ...

    Jiayuguan Great Wall and Fort

    A travel blog entry by serialtraveler on Aug 24, 2010

    ... gates (for trapping invaders) at the eastern and western ends. I took a short camel ride beyond western gate – it gave me a glimpse as to how it might have felt being cast out into the desert and oblivion as an exile, and alternatively how it would have felt approaching the Fort and Chinese empire laden with goods from the west to trade, after a long ride across the desert. I must say my camel was ...