Haoting Tianlong Hotel

Address: No.1 West Bayi Road, Golmud, Qinghai, 816000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.1 West Bayi Road, Golmud, is near Lake Kokonor and Qinghai Lake and Bird Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Golmud

    Days 6: Wild Panda Nature Reserve

    A travel blog entry by jmjinchina on Sep 06, 2014

    5 comments, 45 photos

    ... Mare and I talked to some other boys and girls. One girl wanted to be a police woman one day. It was really neat. The kids were great. It was so enduring. They were awesome.

    When one boy asked me about my Chinese I told him he knew more English then I knew Chinese!

    We then travelled to a town that is 2000 years old. It was destroyed in the earthquake in 2008 and has been rebuilt. Very awesome town. Loved it.

    As we were walking thru there ...

    Help we need some body

    A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Sep 06, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... help us out when we got off the train by coming with us on the bus to the hostel and they would then head in to the city centre from there. First task... getting on the bus! The queue was unbelievable and the pushing from the locals to get on meant that we had little chance of getting on the first one or many more thereafter. We said to the Chinese lads that we would be happy to pay for a taxi for all of us if they could agree the price with the driver. In the end they got us ...

    Qinghai Province

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 31, 2014

    7 photos

    ... imagine that they would just be grown for their beauty.

    *At the end of each run of green housing is a small hut with a single Chinese character painted boldly on the wall facing the road. The huts together form a series of government exhortations to be productive workers, protect the environment, respect culture, be obedient citizens etc. In China such signage used to be a very common form of government communication with its citizens and obviously ...

    Down but not out...

    A travel blog entry by floveh on Jul 14, 2014

    ... I lose myself to the insatiable need to satisfy me, myself and I. But when I stop looking for something to benefit me, myself and I, and thought about how I can start giving you, them, others; this cold, this rude Chinese people, this same Chinese city becomes more tolerable.

    I now have this precious contact I have gotten from the lama doctor that I visited while at Xiahe, I have found a new meaning to this travel. Want to know what I am about to do next? Stay tune...

    I need some smurfing AIR

    A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Oct 01, 2013

    ... br> Bush camp number 3….

    So don’t have the energy or strength for cooking tonight so Shaz and Ness have stepped in for me. I then was promptly kicked out of the kitchen, I mean I could have kept the water for tea and coffee under control. Even though we had no meat option Shaz really helped with choosing stuff from the stores and most seemed to like it ...