Huangshan Xin Nan Guo Hotel

1-8 Xianrendong Road, Tunxi District, Huangshan, Anhui, China | Hotel
 

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Episode 7: Climbing Mt. Huangshan

A travel blog entry by heididownunder

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... and steps and viewing platforms. But all we saw was a wall of white thick fog. We saw absolutely nothing of the view the whole day. After lunch (very expensive!) and finding our hostel (even more expensive considering the dorms were just rooms with bunk beds IN the cable car station!) we took a walk around the peaks. Every once in a while we saw some contours of the cliffs we were standing on or some close peaks.
The sunrise over the clouds is ...

Huangshan and Back

A travel blog entry by carlabroad

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... I actually have a plane ticket for tomorrow morning. (I do. I think.) In the evening, I went for a walk to People's Square via Nanjing Road and had some more delicious fried dumplings for $1. SO GOOD. Had a nice leisurely walk and then took the metro back to the Bund for a last look at Pudong at night. Then I went back to the lace next to my hostel for an hour long foot massage and headed back to my room. Phew. All caught up on the blog now. As I said, I took an insane amount of pictures ...

A Day in The Yellow Mountains

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... local guide, Ray, is a high end tea farmer, so he shows us how the tea is cultivated and cared for. The views from up high on the hill are spectacular, and provide an excellent perspective on the amazing fertility of the surrounding land.
From the bamboo forest, we drive to the actual town of Xidi, also a UNESCO world heritage site, for a tour through the beautiful village, as well as lunch at a local organic restaurant. Xidi was established ...

Shanghai to Yellow Mountains

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... have come from this small portion of the country. It is very impressive that so many leaders of this enormous country have come from this very small area. .
On our way to the hotel, we pass through Xiuning, which is a small village famous for making the compasses for feng shui (meaning wind and water) and for organic tea. They started making compasses here well over 700 years ago, much sooner than western countries discovered the ...

CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid

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... which took us to the Yungu Telphar (cable car) and then up to the mountain and low cloud. We exited into the mist and rain and began our trek to the hotel which took 30 minutes. After a quick check in, off we went to find the mountain.
If we thought we were fit, we were about to discover how untrue that was. None of the trails were in any way, even a gradual slope. Up the steps, down the steps and up the steps again, along the walkways, over rocks and ...

Location

This hotel, located on 1-8 Xianrendong Road, Tunxi District, Huangshan, is near Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) and Tunxi Ancient Street.
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