Gannan Hotel

Address: No.83 Renmin Street, Hezuo, Gansu, 747000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.83 Renmin Street, Hezuo.
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        Bush Camp #17 Suspicious Moles

        A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Oct 05, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        We had a late start, which was welcome and given that the truck did not depart until around 9.15 the tent was fully dried and packed away very professionally, unlike the normal lacklustre effort in the dark and freezing cold. I also took the opportunity to wash my long hair which was not only greasy but now also smelt like bonfire. I caught a glance in Jane's pocket mirror, and I looked like someone who had been held captive by terrorist for several months. The stream was so cold ...

        Are we there yet??

        A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Oct 05, 2013

        Now this is a holiday, lie in, nice breakfast, enjoy the surroundings (even if we are in a car park) and don't have to leave until 10am!! We are travelling with an ill camper at the moment so today we are going to try and find a hospital so Matt can get checked out and some drugs. First Stop was 5 minutes down the road to get some wood and water, next a further 5 minutes down the road ...

        Episode 15

        A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Sep 19, 2012

        5 photos

        ... it was closed on Mondays. In the late afternoon when the bikers had returned Lorraine, Richard, Nacho and L set off to see the ancient city of Jiaohe, currently under consideration for world Heritage listing.

        This ancient mud brick city dates as far back as 300BC though most of what can be seen is far more recent from around the 13th cent AD when it was sacked by the Mongols under Genghis Khan. There are some well preserved ...

        Milariba Buddha Pavilion

        A travel blog entry by meltin4 on Aug 22, 2012

        Huezo was easy to get to as a day trip from Xiahe, where I was spending the next few days. Here was a temple rising up over nine floors. The original temple had been ...


        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 30, 2012

        1 comment, 43 photos

        Magnificant Buddhist caves, means Bright Spirit Temle. Buddhism arrived in China along the Silk Road, and these caves are amongst the earliest significant Buddhist monuments in China. Carved in sheer cliffs, the caves stretch about a mile in a 200 foot high gorge. Isolated by the waters of the Liaujiaxia Reservoir on the ...