He Xiang Hotel

Address: Qincheng Mountain, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611844, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the suburb area of Dujiangyan.
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    Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

    Just when you think you know how the day will go

    A travel blog entry by ven0msho on Oct 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Literally went to the office this morning after working Sunday night 10 pm until 6 am Monday, with a normal 07:30 start. It's now about 9:30 and I just got back to the hotel for the night after a brief stop in the middle of the day. The morning started off normal, got to work and did what needed done, about 10:30 Yang (department manager) tells me that me Mr. Ding wants to do lunch together at noon, which isn't a problem. We had delicious lamb hot pot. Lamb ...

    Days 8 & 9 - South to Hug Pandas

    A travel blog entry by meraz on Aug 01, 2014

    16 photos

    ... a big cool restaurant. We walked past some nice colonial looking alcoves. We got a private room, which was a bit warm for me and got served some spicy local dishes. Cheng Du was the regional capital of Sichuan, which of course is famous for its spicy food. Wulf described it as a small city - only 14M!! We discovered at the restaurant to our annoyance that they had run out if rice and don't usually serve tea. There was a protracted wait while they tried to ...

    China - where every meal is an adventure

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 11, 2014

    ... fish was served up, with the flaps of the sides of the fish out flat so that the fish sat up in the plate like it was alive. It tasted very good and was very succulent, but filled with very many, fine bones. after I had a near choking on a fish bone, not much more of the fish got eaten. So far we have had a large variety of foods. This includes a reasonable range of meats - though, being in China, the range could be much larger. ...

    Earthquakes, Pandas, Foreigners, Oh my!

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 19, 2013

    51 photos

    ... Bill would occasionally scream out English curse words, following it up with "nobody here understands me!!" or "Oh, I can't stop talking. Oh. I'm dizzy. Oh, geez, when I get drunk I can't stop talking." He'd then continue talking, though nobody cares because his rambling is endlessly entertaining to all, especially when he whips out random, barely-used words in English. Most of them I don't even know. They essentially all thought of this as "one last hurrah" before the ...

    Z dola na hor v Cine / From the bottom up in China

    A travel blog entry by verka_misko on Nov 12, 2010

    37 photos

    ... to konecne pochopila niekam nas zacala brat... kto by povedal, ze sa vzadu skryva ulicka s domacimi restauraciami, domaci boli velmi radi, ze mozu obsluzit turistov, ktory tam predpokladame este nikdy nezabludili :) jedlo bolo super a velmi lacne... ako skoro vsade. Na prvy den toho bolo az az, vydali sme sa naspat a skusili si jazdu v autobuse s domacimi, tlacenie sa do dveri, neuveritelne ale sedeli sme a dokonca natrafili na skolacku , ktora vedela po Anglicky :)
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