Heping Hotel

Address: No.103 Nandajie, Wuwei, Gansu, 733000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.103 Nandajie, Wuwei.
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    Travel Blogs from Wuwei

    Tales from a train

    A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 11, 2015

    6 photos

    As I write this, I'm on a 23-hour long sleeper train from Xi'an to Dunhuang, in Gansu province. We're speeding west along the ancient Silk Routes, watching trees and people and towns and farms go by, playing endless card games, and consuming seven thousand million Oreos.

    Since time spent on a train doesn't necessarily make for riveting travel reading, I thought I'd take this opportunity to talk about some of my observations about China so far.

    People, people, ...

    An oases in the desert - une oasis dans le desert

    A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels on May 20, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    Wuwei, an important stop on the Silk Road, what would we find? Remnants of the Great wall? Temples? Ancient artifacts? Haha perhaps not! We arrived in what looked like the middle of nowhere. A couple of buildings on one side of the railway and dessert on the other. After gobbling down breakfast in yet another Xinjang restaurant we decided to discover this strange place. "No! Definitely not. There are no parts of the great wall here in Wuwei" we were told by a gang ...

    Day 6 - July 1st Glacier, Qilian Mountain

    A travel blog entry by joyce.kwong on Apr 27, 2011

    20 photos

    We went up to the glaciers at 4000+ m today... by 2hr train and 1.5hr bus to 3800m, then hiking our way up!

    The wilderness was beautiful up there, but it was freezing cold with strong winds, and altitude sickness coming into attack!

    We endured only a few km here during our 3.5 hours up on the mountains... but it was a special break from the desert scenery we have experienced in the past few days!

    Across the mountains is Qinghai province...

    Magao Caves

    A travel blog entry by serialtraveler on Aug 26, 2010

    ... their original state, the carbon dioxide from tourists causes damage if the concentration gets too high – causes. We were very lucky to see what we did as they have plans in a year or two to restrict tourists to entering one or two caves during their visit, to reduce the impact as numbers of tourists increase. We saw caves of a range of ages. Thousand Buddas were painted on the walls of some, whilst stories were painted in comic ...

    Gobi Desert Sand Storm

    A travel blog entry by serialtraveler on Aug 25, 2010

    ... right down to only 10 metres at times. We continued slowly and cautiously. However, we eventually came to a grinding halt, as traffic had banked up. An accident? – after a very uncomfortable hour's wait in the sand storm (in sauna like conditions – middle of hot desert, unable to open windows, no air conditioning) we found it was just a tollgate that had caused the traffic to jam up. Arrived mid-afternoon in Dunhuang, with the sand storm having ...