Inner Mongolia Tian He International Hotel

Address: No.27 Wulanchabu East Road, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, 010010, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Saihan District area of Hohhot, is near Zhaojun Tomb, Neimenggu Bowuguan (Inner Mongolia Museum), Greater Khingan Range, and Wanbu Huayanjin Pagoda.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Business Services

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          Inner Mongolia Provincial Museum

          A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 15, 2015

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          ... disappeared). Here are a few of the phrases from the english explanations:
          "With its great influence on China and the whole world, the grassland civilization has become one important composing part of the ancient Chinese civilization."
          "Since time unknown, the rich and beautiful grassland of Inner Mongolia has been the historical arena for many ethnic groups in northern China to live and to develop... These ...

          Three days in Hohhot

          A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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          ... crowds, where simple tasks become far too complicated.

          Even if one speaks the language well, no modern traveler can truly relax in a new country until two vital tasks are accomplished - getting money from an ATM, and getting a working cell phone. The first task I accomplished simply enough at the Wanda Mall in downtown Hohhot. The task of getting a SIM card for my phone turned out to be outrageously complicated and occupied ...

          Leaving Mongolia, Entering China

          A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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          ... me to sleep.

          In the morning we arrived at Nomyn-Uud, where we sat for two hours while Mongolian customs officials took our passports away and then returned them. The customs form was entirely in Mongolian; I had to rely on Gao’s translation and my limited Mandarin to fill it out.

          Finally, we creaked forward and arrived three minutes later in the Chinese border town of Erlian, where Chinese ...

          In search of the Silk Path

          A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 09, 2015

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          ... should also have negotiated about the room price (10%).
          First order of the day is to get our cell phones to work, but in the street there are food vendors everywhere, and i cannot resist, and buy some pancake which wraps all kinds of other food. Many strange ingredients, but the taste is great. We find a store which sells sim cards, but that is not so easy in China. When we show our passports, we are referred to larger store. Just a few blocks away. Hohhot is the ...

          Crossing into China

          A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 08, 2015

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          ... maintained building. Khaki color, some semi columns. The train stops. People line up chaotically. Luggage is X-rayed. Customs. But I get a sweet smile from the lady when I try my Chinese. And then we are outside, in the Chinese sun. It is not hot. I wear my sweater. Yesterday evening, in the Ulaan Bator train station, we met two German men in their sixties, with backpacks, who recognized me from lake Baikal. Thanks to them we learned from which platform the train ...