Haiyi Hotel

Address: No.4138 Yantan Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730030, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.4138 Yantan Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

    Well, this is a story and a half

    A travel blog entry by pandyana on Aug 30, 2014

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    31st August

    I woke up at 6ish and my wifi doesn't work and the key doesn’t sit right in my door and my house feels strange and empty so I miss my family and the shower is broken and I don’t know how to get used to this. I’m not so much afraid but I am because why would Dad bother with me because I’m going to be forgotten … I’ll go back home to safety but this is so hard for me. My thoughts are finally here.

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    Silk Road Excursion - Hospital in Lanzhou

    A travel blog entry by shannonmorrall on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... is another word for food poisoning! Oh the language barrier. What I was told I had went back and forth over the next few days, but I'm positive it was just a combination of altitude sickness and food poisoning. If not....I lived through dysentery!

    After four days of sitting in my hotel room sipping crackers and apple juice(I swear I lost 5 pounds), we took a flight to meet the rest of the group in Kashgar. Thank the Lord. I should probably mention ...

    My experiences

    A travel blog entry by mayar.bigman on Jul 16, 2013

    ... Most of the Chinese people are free thinkers and what I noticed is that most of the Japanese culture is taken from the Chinese. Red in china symbolizes luck and I found that red was used in most of decorations in a house or items that people had in order to bring good luck to them in their life. The Chinese are free thinkers and their religious influences stem from their way of mind. Taoist and Buddhism are the two major religions in China. In Buddhism they have a god for ...

    Happy New Year

    A travel blog entry by avenel on Jan 11, 2012

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    ... we skyped our son in Melbourne to wish him a happy New Year and catch up with his news. We’d stocked up on nuts and nibbles earlier, so later in the evening we polished off a bottle of champagne and a bottle of red with Vern, but he hadn’t been well earlier in the week, so decided to retire early. After he left we channel flipped for a bit then decided we’d call it a day as well. In bed before 11.30, we were woken briefly by a short burst of fireworks nearby at what ...

    My brand news seat covers

    A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Dec 30, 2011

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    ... of sweat forming on her forehead suggested she meant business. We kept walking. We had the most amazing meal down a hutong. The alleys are littered with small eateries frequented by the locals. Most food in Chine is deep fried ( they even deep fry fruit and whack it on a stick). The exception is the steamed pork/ vegetable bund and dumplings. The locals seemed a bit shocked when Sue and I walked in and took our seats at the plastic table. After ...