Golmud Hotel

Address: No.43 Kunlun Middle Road, Golmud, Qinghai, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.43 Kunlun Middle Road, Golmud, is near Terra-Cotta Warriors and Soldiers Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Golmud

    ...heading south towards the T word (Tibet)

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Sep 11, 2014

    100 photos

    ... pylons, dunes and the rail track. What an incredible feat of engineering this was as we passed hundreds of columns before getting back to flatter terrain.

    During the morning, we climbed higher and higher slowly but surely acclimatising to the high altitudes we were going to experience over the coming days. We headed south on the 215 passing. Huai Haizi. The pylons and the train track passed by relentlessly. ...

    I need some smurfing AIR

    A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Oct 01, 2013

    ... Not the best start to the day, nearly pass out, cry that I don’t want oxygen, want to die of embarrassment and it is only 7:30am. I mean it doesn’t really matter if I am blue right, just changing the complexion up a little. Our lunch stop proved to be difficult to be able to get any food for dinner so veg option it is. Let’s just hope we have enough of ...

    Reflection on China

    A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Sep 21, 2013

    ... China seems to have no stereotype (maybe because they have so many people) but they have been very friendly, normally generous with their help and understanding of the language barriers we ignorantly built.

    The Chinese Have Nasal Issues
    Not that I'm judging however, being from a Western culture we have found it hard to deal with the constant sound of hocking up phlegm from the throat and more often than not, being spat out where ...

    The Worlds Highest Train - Lhasa to Xian

    A travel blog entry by portways on Apr 25, 2012

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... for the altitude sickness. Large parts of it are built on permafrost, effectively frozen bogland, which they are now worried will melt (The trainline will effectively sink into the ground) so they have freezing mechanisms (?) to keep the ground from melting. It really is a huge engineering marvel.

    After the shock and awe of the huge station in Lhasa we settled into our cabin, It was similar ...

    Splitting of the visa & bring on the sandstorm

    A travel blog entry by lewisn01 on Jul 27, 2010

    11 photos

    ... our pegscame flying out of the ground and as i grabbed the tent pole closest to me the tent started to slide away in the wind bearing in mind wehad our day bags in there and Andrew was also in there to weigh it down but it was still moving and i couldn't keep hold ofit! i yelledat andrew to get out and help me but that was a mistake because he gotout of the tent and then there was nothingweighing it down so the tent lifted off the ground, by thenthe sand was ...