Four Points by Sheraton Lhasa

Address: No.5 Section 1, Linkuo East Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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      Travel Blogs from Lhasa

      The no more forbidden city

      A travel blog entry by wildwildeast on Jun 04, 2013

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      Expect the unexpected
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      A travel blog entry by kinemichelle on Apr 12, 2012

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      A travel blog entry by hamelandnisa on Aug 26, 2011

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      ... during our early morning visit to the Drepung Monastery on the opening day of the Yoghurt festival, when the 1000s of Tibetan pilgrims were unnecessarily held up and funnelled through a single narrow path resulting in a crushingly dangerous crowd of people invoking memories of the Hillsborough Tragedy of the 1980s. Most monks are not allowed to wear traditional robes, Mandarin-  and NOT Tibetan Sanskrit must be taught ...

      I'm here, but I don't feel great

      A travel blog entry by evamaria85 on Apr 18, 2011

      So after 44 hours by train I arrived in Lhasa. Before going to Tibet I had talked to my doctor in Chongqing about altitude sickness, as I suffered from it when I went to Jiu Zhai Gou in October, so this time I came preparred, with both traditional Tibetan medicine and Western medicine.
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