Handan Binguan

Address: NO. 74 Guāngmíng North Main Street, Handan, Hebei, 056002, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Handan.
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Travel Blogs from Handan

To Xian

A travel blog entry by benmsarahn on Sep 24, 2015

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... which consisted of compartments of six narrow beds without a wall to separate them from the corridor. We were with a family of a mum, a dad and teenage daughter. It would be quite strange for us now to see parents out with more than one child. There doesn't seem to be more little boys than girls though, which I had expected. The dad gave the daughter an English language textbook to read, which he then showed to Ben. He came on leaps and bounds during the journey, he really ...

Beijing 3

A travel blog entry by stewartrussell on Mar 28, 2013

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... We reached the top of this section by cable car, and what an incredible site it is. Now we've all seen pictures or television programmes of the Wall and it looks spectacular, but being here just takes your breath away. Once off the cable car, you have another climb up to the top of this section, which is over 2000 metres high, the view is wonderful. It just winds its way around the mountains way into distance. We also couldn't believe just how ...

Handan Travel Guide

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

... wind through the eighteen mountain bends. The main Wahuang Palace is situated on the right side of the mountain. It is four storey high and measures 75 feet tall. The nine iron chains secure Badian Hall, Qingxu Pavilion, Zaohua Pavilion and Butian Pavilion to the cliffs from the bottom to the top. The elegance of the construction demonstrates the ingenuity and high level of Chinese ancient architecture.
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Ya Gotta Roll With It, Ya Gotta Take Your Time...

A travel blog entry by grubear on Jul 12, 2011


... a flash drive or external hard drive. It works pretty slick for the most part, though sometimes getting the files to read is tough, and understanding a computer when everything is written in Chinese is tougher than you would think, though some stuff is easy to figure out when the symbols are the same. Websites are tough too because Google is sometimes blocked, though it is available most of the time, and typing takes a bit to get used to ...

The Taste of Water; Cool, Clear, Water

A travel blog entry by grubear on Jul 12, 2011


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I know I've mentioned water before, about the fact that most water here in the country is boiled and served hot, and the water we do get in bottles is always warm and leaves your mouth a bit dry. So you can understand my excitement when I realized that the people the gatehouse sell ice cream! And not only do they sell ice cream from their ...