Hengxin Hotel

Address: Weiqi Road North, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, 017209, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Dongsheng District area of Ordos.
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    Travel Blogs from Ordos

    Inner Mongolian 4 Day Wedding

    A travel blog entry by rcys on Jul 28, 2015

    9 photos

    As with most of the major journeys in my life that have brought you tales of the times I've been missing and presumed to be having a good time, this story begins rather than ends with a wedding in a far off land. If you have noticed the title of this blog, the we in this story is my wife, Xiao and I. That's right, in the time between my musings, I have run off and gotten myself married to a beautiful girl I met on the road of life. ...

    City Walls, Great Walls and Rock Walls

    A travel blog entry by czechone on Mar 21, 2013

    80 photos

    ... who matches his interests (he was probably in his 60's though) ? Well thanks to him, today I learnt the words for hunting and gun and machine gun and camel (he kept asking about deserts) and other things - all of which I will probably forget in a few days. Well anyway, "interesting" topics like hunting or not, I'm definitely getting my language practice in around here, and I'm in this area and surrounds for the next 3 days.

    As for ...

    The Gobi Desert

    A travel blog entry by jasper.lawson on Oct 04, 2011

    3 comments, 52 photos

    ... in the world.

    After lunch, we walked down a path to where the camels were kept. They took us on a short ride through the dunes. A camel’s hump is the weirdest thing to feel; all furry and rubbery. As I’d been riding horses the day before, I wasn’t too sad to get off the camel, but it was pretty fun. The camel s took us to a place where giant sandcastle art stood trying to defy erosion. They were ...

    Calling on the Cave Dwellers

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 17, 2011

    81 photos

    ... built by digging Quonset hut shaped caves into the sides of the hills. Most had a brick front and a courtyard built around. From the top (actually a roof we were standing on) we had a fantastic view into courtyards. We saw workmen repairing some of the gray tiled roofs of the outside part of the houses. Men were working alongside the women in the terraced plots and orchards. We were delighted to see the village life unfold before ...

    Final day in Inner Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by asianace206 on Oct 03, 2010

    86 photos

    ... down the slope by foot. I was getting hungry as the morning breakfast was not satisfying at all, ended up purchasing two hot dogs for 5 RMB each. It was probably the most delicious thing I had in a while considering the previous night's meal was not enticing nor filling.

    We hurried back onto the bus believing our train was to depart at 6:30PM from Hohhot and we allowed a time cushion for any traffic we may encounter along the way. It was 3PM and we asked our tour ...