Gold Leaf Hotel

No.9 Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.9 Guanjing Road, Dujiangyan.
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Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan


A travel blog entry by juliaby on Oct 26, 2013

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... us - they wanted to practice their skills in a relaxed, non-classroom setting. Two or three of them are quite skilled in English.

We visited the oldest functioning irrigation and flood control system in the world - built about 2400 years ago by Li Bing and his son. Then, we went to another historical site with temples on a mountain. We went to the top of a mountain to visit the temple of the founder of Taoism - Laotse or Laojun ...

A Qiang Wedding

A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

24 photos

... We visited several houses (all belonging to Sophie's relatives; in fact, everyone in the village seemed to be related to everyone else in some way), and few of them had anything more than a fridge and that necessity, a TV. At one point, Sophie asked us if we thought it was a very poor village. Technology aside, it was true that the villagers had little in the way of material possessions; there were very few motorbikes around, I only saw one car on the very edge of the ...

You say Chengdu, you say sungdo

A travel blog entry by hornuts on Sep 29, 2007

... myself a few days to get out of one of the most remote parts of the world. After getting nowhere with the local travel agents in Lhasa on finding a reasonably priced flight to Seoul, I got them to get me a ticket to Chengdu and figured I could handle it from there. I called Asiana's booking office in Seoul, forgetting that it was Chuseok (Korean thanksgiving), and the only agent could only speak airline-jargon English ("one-way", "departure", etc)... ...

Chengdu Part 2

A travel blog entry by jeznkez on May 08, 2007

... an enthusiastic crowd of onlookers who were enjoying a dance show that it is difficult to describe effectively in words. The two participants, the male wearing what looks like a navy officers uniform and the woman a traditional Chinese satin dress. The music is supplied by a crummy portable stereo and they move in a seemingly random but camp fashion that is made to look choreographed. Maybe it is some ...

Finally we arrive in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by sneekybeeky on Oct 21, 2006

2 comments, 5 photos

... At the station we got our selves to the ticket desks after asking a nice young lady at the information desk. She had to call someone over to help us..! When he came, he pointed to a series of ticket desks immdiatly to our right - what a bunch of helmets - eyes are taken for granted these days but a brain connected to them is part of our make up!!! We were tired though so we did have an excuse! ha ha Anyway, we rocked on over to the ticket desk still lugging round our ...