Inner Mongolia Hotel
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... train station complex, where we bought bus tickets before doing an emergency KFC lunch given literally no other options. The bus was not as relaxing as we'd hoped and after a very bumpy 5 hour ride we finally reached Datong. Here we had a surprisingly good early dinner at a hotel restaurant which Jen had happened to go in to use ...
At 9:30am we were picked up from the hotel by a mini van and started the journey towards the expansive grasslands of Inner Mongolia. Around 2 hours later, after passing some worryingly touristy looking yurt camps with literally hundreds of yurts in a row we pulled up at a small house where we dropped off the local man we were carrying. Luckily this wasn't where we were staying and we drove on, quickly pulling off the road and onto the dirt track ...
... little coffee house, where we relaxed with wifi and cappuccinos. A heavy and quite unexpected rain storm decended whilst we were in the cafe and we waited for it to clear before walking on to Carrefour for a snack stock up. We agreed to give the local temples a miss and continued our day of walking finally reaching Little Sheep hotpot restaurant for dinner. Here we started with a bubbling broth which ...
... Desperate for the loo, I was informed that there was no toilet and told to go in the grass (no trees to hide behind!).
Then it was time to face my biggest fear…riding a horse. Mongolian horses are kept outside all year round, even when the temperature reaches -30*c in the Winter! Brrr!! Apart from a very ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services