Guilin Royal Garden Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuilin Royal Garden Hotel
Not the best located hotel for Guilin, but the distance away from downtown provides an escape if that is what you are looking for--and the trips to the downtown can be walked or easily taxiied.
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... score down a peg or two, if I could be bothered to do reviews. 8 years ago, when I backpacked around Australia, the phone I had was on par technology wise with a Nokia 3210, and I didn't struggle or get massively ****** off then! Anyway, when Susie was ready we walked down to The Bund. The crowds were pretty epic. We walked north first, up to the Monument for the People's Heroes, before heading south along the river as far as the Gutzlaff Signal Tower. It is one of two ...
... had been canceled. We had been rescheduled on an evening flight that would make us miss our next 2 flights. Luckily Jet Star had a built in Skype feature on their website. Bruce Skyped them and we got the last 2 seats on the 10:45 flight. The only problem was that meant we had to leave NOW to get to the airport in time! The last minute things were fit in our backpacks, a quick check of our room, ...
... limestone cliffs and we saw water buffalo and goats. We had lunch on the boat. And we all split a glass of Snake Wine. It tasted like gasoline. It was terrible. Never try it.
We landed in Yangshou. It is a small market town. Since we missed our caves yesterday, today we went to Silver Cave. It is a limestone cave, similar to Laury Caverns. It was really cool, but so Hot in the cave. It should be cool, but ...
... we noticed was the lack of horns being honked! Nearly every city in China so far has had this annoying habit so it's quite nice to think that maybe the further south you go the less stressed out the drivers are.
Day 1 – Food!
Opposite the hostel is a great shopping centre and as we have already found these are normally great places to eat decent grub at fantastic prices. This was no different with a massive food court with ...
... stalls along the way up selling food and art and crafts. Our guide and driver (who had eventually caught up with us) had lunch with us. Chopsticks again. The scenery was stunning and well worth the almost 100:1 climb ! Rice terraces everywhere and the odd lucky cat. Only the occasional Westerner. I had a barter or two for some pashminas. On the way down we took a shortcut. We should have known it would involve ...