Hongsheng Hotel

Address: No.21 Lanxin East Road, Jiayuguan, Gansu, 735100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.21 Lanxin East Road, Jiayuguan, is near Great Wall at Jiayuguan Pass, Wèi-Jìn Tombs, Qilian Mountains, and The First Peacon Tower.
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        Travel Blogs from Jiayuguan

        Along the Silk Path

        A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 28, 2015

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        ... which was as far as their English carried. They were much disappointed when I steered them towards Sisi, and even more when we only bought one bottle of water. Close to 8:00 Xiao Wu called and turned out to be waiting at the wrong branch of our hotel chain. Soon we were on our way to Jiayuguang, the next major gate in the great wall. The road led us straight through the desert, which is called Gobi by the locals. Again, of course, I ...


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 23, 2015

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        ... but their respective empires were tolerant of religion and the like once established. Not sure Dave knew the difference between the Agra Fort and Akbar's Tomb north of Agra.

        Everyone knows on a tour what 'BLD' means...except Dave. Looking at the itinerary and knowing we were bush camping tomorrow, he blurted out that there was laundry service today.

        There are fields of dead sunflowers. I do not know how they extricate the oil. Played ...

        Day 37-39: Jiayuguan, China

        A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Aug 31, 2015

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        ... sections of "Wild Wall" (i.e. un-renovated sections) are dotted through an area of farmland. With no pictures on the internet to show whether they were worth visiting it was a bit of a risk - but it turned out to be well worth it as we stumbled across an enormous chunk of wall surrounded by fields of onions, which we were able to clamber all over. Situated on a plain rather than in the mountainous sections of the Overhanging Wall, the farmland sections are a lot ...

        Ruins 0, Refreshments 10

        A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Jul 04, 2015

        11 photos

        ... damage than its Green policies so this was something of a surprise to me, and I was impressed to learn how much the government is investing in sustainable energy with long-term goals. Then the windmills ran out and we were back to flat wasteland with dimly visible mountains on the horizon. Until the Jiayuguan Fort rose up out of the emptiness. Ok, so I was on a busy Chinese train, my neighbours ...

        Jiayuguan, the last station on the Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 19, 2014

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        ... by Aurel Stein a century or more ago.

        First stop is at the Fort, built by the first Ming emperor in the 1370s as a strategic military and political site and to act as the main customs house for the Silk Road. The garrison was strengthened by additional people forcibly resettled to farm the land. The temple in the outer precinct commemorates General Guan Ye, one of the leaders at the time of the Han collapse in the early 3rd century, who subsequently became a ...