Grand Dragon Hotel

Address: NO. 2 Guìhuā Road, Bijie, Guizhou, 551799, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Bijie.
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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Bijie

        Largest Waterfall in Asia

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 17, 2014

        45 photos

        ... some of the remnants of the storm. It poured the entire day but I still had a great time seeing what the area had to offer. My tour guide took me to a restaurant for dinner where we had Hong Kong style broccoli (I didn't know they had such a thing) and spicy chicken skewers. As we were walking back to the hotel we passed the Grand Theatre. I had tried to look online if anything was playing but was unable to find information. ...

        Climbing the mountain

        A travel blog entry by geofw on Jun 05, 2014

        2 comments, 10 photos

        ... with some young Chinese friends and Peter from Germany who is married to a Chinese woman and has now retired here.

        I was taken to this mountain the last time I was in Zunyi, so I knew what to expect – tired legs! However, this time Noah thought he would start us off on the leisurely route up. This is a smooth tarmac road which winds its way up the mountain to near the top. It is however much longer than taking the direct route up all ...

        Our Angels

        A travel blog entry by gabiandemma on Aug 01, 2013

        5 photos

        ... kids live in decent conditions.

        We were greeted by a group of about 15 ADORABLE little girls, all giggling and smiling at the large group of foreigners entering their home. At first, of course, they were a little shy! But they warmed up, as most babies do. The girls were probably within the age range of 3-5 years old. They're really little for their ages though, considering Chinese people are much smaller than American people are (generally speaking). We hung out and ...

        High School Exit Exam

        A travel blog entry by gabiandemma on Jul 13, 2013

        Last week Emma and I were teachers in a camp held at GFC called Charismatic Teachers Camp (CTC). The 5 day camp was created for foreign teachers like us to teach Chinese born English teachers better English. Teachers in the Guizhou (the poorest province by a long shot) all teach English by speaking Chinese. They do not have their students practice speaking or listening to English because school exams are all based on reading and writing English, nothing oral. ...

        The Main Goal

        A travel blog entry by gabiandemma on Jul 10, 2013

        Well, it's finals time here at GFC! Our students may not be too happy about it, but I've enjoyed some aspects of administering their finals. In America, finals are usually multiple choice tests, or projects, that take a lot of studying and research. But for our English classes here, we get to give our students 3 part finals. These finals are fairly difficult for our students, but as a teacher, I feel lucky to be a part of it because I get a glimpse into who my students ...