Gansu International Hotel

No.324 Qingyang Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730030, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

Japanese Women Don't Get Wrinkles, French Women Do

A travel blog entry by minhehehehe on May 17, 2014

... I saw in Tokyo. Only about 10 percent of the women smoke, and they eat few processed sugars. “Growing up in L.A., I got orange slices for dessert, never a brownie,” Wu says. “In fact, I’m the only one of my cousins who suffered from acne as a teenager, and my mother is convinced it’s from the junk food I sneaked at school. We never got that at home.” According ...

Visiting the Galloping Horse in Lanzhou

A travel blog entry by wenzels on Sep 28, 2013

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This day was going to give us some well-deserved rest between 2 busy days. We visited the Silk Road city of Lanzhou, China's geographic centre and Gansu’s provincial capital on the banks of the mighty and aptly named Yellow River (Huang He). Apparently 2 of Lanzhou’s specialties are skin-raft rides down the river and beef noodle soup. We happened to see a group of people perform the former, drifting down the Yellow River on a flimsy raft supported ...

The Shennong Stream

A travel blog entry by nzgreenies on Sep 13, 2012

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Thursday 13th September

This morning was an early breakfast to assemble at 7.30am for an excursion to the Shennong stream, very clear and blue compared with the Yangtze which was like melted chocolate. First on a ferry boat travelling further upstream; this is possible now because of higher water levels caused by the dam construction. We arrived at a small village where there were many 'peapod' boats ...

Chongquing and on to Dazu

A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on May 21, 2011

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... to be up early tomorrow, and on our way for a four hour drive to Chengdu. We'll be there for three nights, at a hotel we've been warned is not the best. This is where we'll see the pandas, on Tuesday according to the schedule.
We've since found that it's Visa, Mastercard etc which are not always accepted. Chinese cards only in some places.
Smoking is widespread here and acceptable at mealtimes. We've seen men smoking and eating ...

Tibet and China

A travel blog entry by viennamichaels on Aug 18, 2010


... chucking a bowl of pins at your bare skin.,it was very scary. In the end I had to throw myself on top of my tent to stop it from blowing away, luckily Floyd was nearby and didnt care about her tent getting damaged and managed to help me get it over to the truck. Luckily I was one of the first few people to get on the truck so my tent wasnt damaged atall, but others had rips in theirs and bent poles, and one girl lost her tent completely.The wind was so strong and we ...