Hebi Guest House

Middle Section of Hemei Avenue, Qibin District, Hebi, Henan, 458030, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Qibin District area of Hebi.
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    Travel Blogs from Hebi

    Professional Hockey in Korea

    A travel blog entry by poram on Jan 08, 2012

    24 photos

    I found out there is professional hockey in Korea. This was unexpected because it's not popular, so I didn't even know there was any until just a couple months ago.

    There is actually only two teams in all of Korea, so the league encompasses all of Asia to have enough teams to play with.

    A big advantage of it for me is their ...

    Relaxing Lamaist Stupa Style Dagoba Steeple Days

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 17, 2011

    25 photos



    Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,

    After yet another long haul (around fourteen hours), I can now be found in the city that was the very first of China’s ancient capitals. I left the ancient Ming Dynasty Walled city of Xingcheng and bused it to Beijing where I raced between several bus and train stations trying to find one that had a single ticket south. After many ...

    Yin Ruins & The Worlds Oldest Writing

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 14, 2011

    41 photos

    ... city in written record.

    Xiaomintun Village, two kilometers northwest of Anyang, is where archeological excavations uncovered the ruins of the Shang Dynasty (BCE1700-1100) capital. Excavations between 1928 and 1937 and more recent work by the Academia Sinica show that occupation starts in the 13th century BC. In 1899 Wang Yiron, director of the ...

    First Day of the Silk Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by clairedonze on Aug 22, 2009

    15 photos

    ... we wore them outside the hotel, for good reason. Shaolin monastery itself was beautiful! It was an interesting dynamic though because its still a running monastery but there are twice as many tourists as monks there. There's definitely a conflict between wanting to gain revenue and wanting to keep the place private.

    Also at the monastery is the largest pagoda forest in the world. ...

    Summer Camp 2009

    A travel blog entry by poram on Jul 23, 2009

    32 photos

    ... and we get to eat our work in the end!

    This year I had a ghost story activity. It was pretty simple in that we wrote and shared our ghost stories, but I added a little atmosphere but turning off the lights, sitting on the floor when sharing our stories, candles, roasting marshmallows, and having a special guest, Jeff Bunke, a Canadian who teaches the middle school girls. I was nervous about doing this (and actually chickened out of doing it last ...