Jinrong Hotel

Address: No.32 Alihe Road, Hailar District, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, 021000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.32 Alihe Road, Hailar District, Hulunbuir.
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    Travel Blogs from Hulunbuir

    Oh what a day! Oh what a night!

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 19, 2010

    41 photos

    ... by the drunken lunatics outside (they had gotten dressed, packed and had their bags on their backs ready to make a run for it when the coast was clear... although where they were going to run to in the middle of the grasslands is beyond me) and had to go for a walk in the park to calm down! Of course they took photos all the way there and back. Women!!!

    Poor Mr Chui. The alcoholics business needs to be explained more thoroughly if only because the latter part of it ...

    Horses, Blue Sky, towards Hailaer

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 18, 2010

    35 photos

    ... noodle soup). We watched while the owner made the noodles, which was really cool. I only got through about half of the soup before I had had enough. It wasn't the fault of the soup or the mantou, which were both delicious, I just felt under the weather. The restaurant was called Lily Hotel. The people were really nice. Then Jingyi and Mr Chui put my chair back and I slept in the car getting woken up every time we got anywhere interesting.

    After a field of flowers, a ...

    Russians, Mongolians, and Bears, Oh my

    A travel blog entry by jonathanray on Jul 08, 2008

    1 comment, 74 photos

    So FINALLY here is the scoop on my trip to Inner Mongolia this past weekend. Just to clear confusion-Mongolia is a separate country, whereas Inner Mongolia is a Chinese territory. Possession bounced back and forth between China and northern nomads and tribes for a few years-a history best not discussed here. Anywho- my trip. We left Thursday night on the ...

    Trans-Manchurian, day 5

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 08, 2006

    2 photos

    ... conversations. Was it 1 in the morning, 3 in the morning or 7 at night? Could be any. How many time zones had we crossed? How many hours did we go back just crossing the border? And how is it that China spans 5 time zones, but only has one time?? I figured it was best to set my clock to China time, not think about it any more and turn around before going to bed, so that my head was well away from the heater that had been preventing me from sleeping the past few ...

    All around is the horizon

    A travel blog entry by yumodo on Jul 20, 2006

    Before I went to Hailar I've never been to a grassland.The sheeps,the cows,the horses,horizon is all Hailar have.Very peaceful at night,when the sunset,the color there is purple-yellow color.and the milk products are very come low,some of them taste good!So when I got back,I must have put on 3kg my ...

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