Dragon Palace Hotel

Address: Longqingxia Tourist Scenery, Badaying, Hebei, 102109, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Longqingxia Tourist Scenery, Badaying.
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    Travel Blogs from Badaying

    Breach in Security

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on Sep 13, 2014

    21 photos

    The following morning, we set off to the countryside for a bit of 'wild wall' action, planning to walk along a part of The Great Wall that had been left to the greedy jaws of nature. The first bus was a long one and we drifted off into the nether regions of our books. I was engrossed in ‘Animal Farm’, when suddenly the bus jolted to a halt and police jumped on, yelling at us to get off the bus. I half expected them to pull out their guns ...

    Visiting the Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 12, 2014

    8 photos

    ... places, all very low key and DIY: looking in fact rather reminiscent of similar places in Hungary before that Wall came down.

    A 2.5 hour journey brings us to the Mutianyu Section of the Great Wall, one of the oldest and best preserved. The original wall was built in sections over hundreds of years, and the sections were joined up by the first emperor Qin Shihuang just before 200BC, when he united China. The official reason for this is said to be to keep out the ...

    The Summer Palace in Winter

    A travel blog entry by lob123 on Dec 09, 2011

    34 photos

    ... interesting, but…it was boring.


    We went back to the hostel after, and grabbed some food for dinner (noodles!). Laura called it a night, and I met up with Pat, who had the following day off. We met at a local punk show, at the What Bar, which was next to the forbidden city, one of Pat’s local dives. Good to know that Punk is alive and well in China! The night consisted of drinking, Pat commandeering the stereo to play some ...

    Great Wall of China, Ming Dynasty Tombs

    A travel blog entry by bmah on Oct 28, 2011

    42 photos

    ... to some tourist-buy traps.

    Met in lobby 08:00 departure. Guide was there and a driver. This was going to be a private tour (cool!) - only the 7 of us on a 20-person shuttle type bus.

    Ming Dynasty Tombs.
    There's an arch facing the tomb area. Our guide stopped Toby "WAIT! Stop!" going through it as it represented "entering hell" if you went that way, totally bad luck.
    So glad I heard her because I've been ...

    长成!

    A travel blog entry by kerochu on Aug 17, 2011

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... so many years is still standing so tall, even though a lot of it has been rebuilt. Kinda crazy also to think that people fought and died on this wall defending China! I felt like I could just sit on the wall and just soak in the beauty of the land around me for hours and just keep walking and walking forever... :]

    Earlier in the day, we had an orientation about our upcoming trip on the Silk Road. ...