Gurong Hotel

Address: No.59 Bo'ai Road, Gucheng, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dali area of Dali, is near Dali University.
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    Chinese Paparazzi

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 15, 2015

    45 photos

    ... happened to be the best for you. Our next cup was a little smaller and filled with a local sweet tea, made out of the same date sugar mixture that we had tried in the cake earlier. Just like our snack this tea was far too sweet for us but it made sense after we learned from Serena that this is a favorite local flavor. She had explained that this second round of tea was supposed to remind you that if you can get through the bitter parts of life there are always sweet ...

    Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting

    A travel blog entry by avishai-anat on May 10, 2013

    17 photos

    ... 1496;ו 02;ימה של הלכאה. לשמחת 04;ו, כשנפר 91;נו לשלום מהמנז 12; שין-יו 503; הביט ימינה ושמאל 92; ומשרא 92; ...

    Our First of Three Old Cities

    A travel blog entry by zoco on Jul 26, 2012

    135 photos

    ... for its minorities (China has 55, according to wikipedia). Dali's largest minority is the 白族 (bai zu -- Bai minority, but "bai" literally means "white"). They number almost 2 million (according to wikipedia, although two different tour guides gave me two different numbers, from what I can recall...), which is pretty big for a minority.


    China mobile sucks!

    A travel blog entry by samlocke_7 on Feb 05, 2012

    30 photos

    ... I missed home lots and the fact that I was not well, did not help. I spent one day in bed and my stomach wouldn't allow for me to eat anything other a bit of plain rice. I went out with a 65 year old Japanese guy and sat with him while he practised his English at me. I wasn’t really listening and was focusing more on not passing out or being sick.

    The next day I felt a bit stronger and hired a bike. For a ...

    Travelling is like flirting with life ...

    A travel blog entry by sorbus on Aug 25, 2011

    140 photos

    ... and not self effacing, saying that to get co-operation “I have always found frankness and kindness a good policy , especially if combined with a reasonable amount of personal vanity, which I abundantly possess....” He brought the Himalayan rhododendrons to Britain in the mid 1880s, being the first European to come to these parts. Robert Fortune, think Rosa fortuniana fortuneana (rootstock of many a rose in Australia), brought back peonies and azaleas. Disguised as ...