Holiday Inn Suifenhe
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... allotment belongs to the Changbai Mountain area, and the axial acreage is the valley-basin of Mudanjiang River.
Climatic Features: Enjoying a abstemious continental cloudburst climate, the city-limits has bright four seasons with an anniversary boilerplate temperature of 4.5C (40F). Its acclimate is air-conditioned and rarely airy in bounce and autumn.
When to Go: June to September is the best time to Mudanjiang City, not alone for the ...
... a spot next to a river. And how cool! Flybys by the Russian Airforce doing manoeuvres! There must be an airbase close to here. We had another really good squiz at the airbase at Horol as we went past it again today – it must have been big in its day, and not long abandoned. Everything is still there, the radar dish, the radio antennae, the control tower, the perimeter road – just a little overgrown. And we also ...
... down the road, and after lunch started to look for a way to get to Lake Kanka, where we intend to spend our last two nights camping.
Not so easy. We tried to find Kym Bolton’s campsite, but that proved too difficult, because we didn’t know the route he took. In the end, after extensive doodling, we discovered a prison compound not marked on the map, along with a number of little villages. ...
... br> I'm loving the people, even if they don't get us!
We had to sit in the waiting room until the train was near before we were allowed onto the platform. Another helpful local helped us get to the right platform and carriage. Not that it wasn't unclear but it was still nice to see how helpful everyone was.
We jumped into our carriage and groaned. We'd been given hard seats. It was going to be a long night. At least we had the duck to look forward ...
... to 2 bikers going in the same direction and agree to follow them to Vladivostok. The start the ball rolling on finding me a place to stay in Vladivostok and make calls to Misha the head of the Iron Tigers bike club. I’d read that getting to the Iron Tigers was almost the Holy Grail of biking so nice that I’d be able to say hello.
We have lunch and it’s a picture menu which allows ...