Jinwuyuan Hotel

Address: No. 3 Airport Road, Yining, Xinjiang Uygur, 835000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 3 Airport Road, Yining.
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Travel Blogs from Yining

Symbolism and Bagua

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 15, 2015

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... me with a huge grin. Finally I asked if she wanted a picture with me. The smile got even bigger. She whipped out her phone, but it was old and she could not get it to work. Poor girl. Almost in tears. Finally it suddenly worked. By now several people were involved, and we made a whole series of pictures. The hotel girls and security guard same story. The boldest girl demanded a picture alone with me. The others were more shy, so that became a group picture. In the park ...

A Daoist town

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 14, 2015

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Test9/14 ~ limited internet Hard rain last night, and heavy overcast now. Puddles in the streets. We have a slow start and a late breakfast at the hotel. What is a bit tricky, is the fact that all of China has one time zone. Normally, it would have five. Local regions adapt by starting work later or earlier than 8 o'clock. We found that in Xinchiang people subtract 2 hours from the official time. But not always... Yesterday's ...

The Khazak border

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 13, 2015

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... We seek the shelter of a path between the trees. The guide is singing and asks me for a song from my country. I am not used to singing while cantering, but I do my best. We take turns singing until we reach the farm. By that time it starts to rain. We shake hands and say our goodbye in a hurry. In the dark of the evening and black clouds we return to Zhaosu. In a small dark restaurant we order local noodles and bapao, while outside the rain pours down. Cars splash through the puddles. ...

Bandit about - lock down at Kazakstan border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 17, 2012

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Well, hard to believe that we are now out of China - what a change. Where did all the people go to. Overall I really enjoyed China and could quite easily live in the country to be honest. Can thoroughly recommend it as a place to ...

Dodgy, Dodgy, Dodgy exit from China

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 27, 2012

... up! About40 minutes later we finally reach the gate to the border control but NO…we still have to stay on board. Another 30 minutes passes before we are allowed to unload our luggage and head for immigration. No probs, only 10.40am plenty of time.

The stamp out for us is painless and we exit into no man’s land to wait for the rest of the passengers and the bus to be cleared. While we wait and wait and wait, stood on the ********crete pavement we ...