Zhao Wang Hotel

Address: No.19 Fuxing Road, Fuxing District, Handan, Hebei, 056003, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Handan.
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          To Xian

          A travel blog entry by benmsarahn on Sep 24, 2015

          8 photos

          ... was daunting to say the least. The train information was displayed in a large electronic grid above the counters. It consisted of squares of Chinese symbols in neon red and green. There was nothing in English so we had no clue. We then set about playing our favourite game called 'Find the Westerner' and clapped our eyes upon a white man in one of the queues. He also didn't have a clue but had a Chinese friend who told us where to collect our tickets, phewf! We were in ...

          Beijing 3

          A travel blog entry by stewartrussell on Mar 28, 2013

          5 photos

          ... buried in his full robes, many of his possessions with him, the entrance to the tomb guarded by statues of dragons for protection. The tomb was also sealed to ensure no air could penetrate, and the best of all, it was 28 metres deep. (None of your 6 feet under here.) We headed towards the Wall now, with a total length of about 8,000 km. We were going to the Badaling section. This section was built around 1505, and is one of,the highest points of ...

          Handan Travel Guide

          A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 16, 2012

          ... 550 - 577), it was constructed in remembrance of Nuwa, a goddess in Chinese mythology.
          ♦The whole structure was built along the contour of the mountain. There are 135 houses, three grottoes and six cliff sutra inscriptions of the Northern Qi Dynasty and 75 inscribed stone tablets of successive dynasties. One finds at the foot of the mountain the Chaoyuan Palace, Tingcan Palace and Guangsheng Palace, all ...

          Ya Gotta Roll With It, Ya Gotta Take Your Time...

          A travel blog entry by grubear on Jul 12, 2011


          ... problematic on their own terms. Here, the computers are all in one location in the school, though we can’t use our laptops because there is no Wi-Fi and we can’t figure out how to hardwire them up. Only a few of the computers here work consistently, but there are enough to service our team. Some of us work on our laptops (like I do), then when we are ready to print or need the internet to finish something, transfer the files ...

          The Taste of Water; Cool, Clear, Water

          A travel blog entry by grubear on Jul 12, 2011


          ... I almost started tearing up. No one else had purchased a bottle of water (they hadn’t seen it yet), and I immediately began offering water to everyone. "You have to try this! It’s wonderful!" They were a bit put off at first by my enthusiasm, but some soon tasted it and were just as amazed as I was. Soon we all had bottles of ice water and were savoring them outside.

          That was my best moment in ...