Jinya Hotel

Address: No.88 Huanghe Avenue, Mengzhou, Henan, 454750, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.88 Huanghe Avenue, Mengzhou.
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    Travel Blogs from Mengzhou

    Lots of old stuff again

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 19, 2015

    5 photos

    ... substitute for when the practice of burying one's slaves alive was abolished. I had already seen these figurines before, but to amass such a wide array of them in one place was intriguing.

    I lost Courtney's umbrella and then bought her the first one I saw, which happened to be a children's umbrella, although I didn't notice until I gave it to her when I got back.
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    In the Grottoes...Where My Buddha Cried

    A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 27, 2014

    16 photos

    ... It definitely made both the teachers and students feel sympathy for our Chinese friends. Moreover, the students realized just how fortunate and lucky they were to be children living in Canada. After our short tour and a brief lunch, we travelled back into Luoyang to visit the Longmen Grottoes, a series of small caves chiseled out of the side of a mountain. Each hole contained a small stone statue of Buddha, with various writings distributed in between. ...

    Everybody's Kung Fu Fighting

    A travel blog entry by tswiderski on Jun 25, 2014

    13 photos

    ... the various skills and talents of the Shaolin warriors. Their adept artistry when using either their bodies or actual physical weapons was impressive they also displayed their uncanny ability to channel their "inner pence" and perform feats which defy normalcy (unpainful piercings, glass/ceramic breaking, etc. ). The show highlighted the strength, dedication, and mystique which surrounds the Shaolin Monks. ...

    Tea For Two

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jul 22, 2013

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... being served. When it came to my turn she prattled on about something and didn't serve me. They are usually very friendly and helpful but this lady certainly wasn't. It was pretty obvious that I don't understand Chinese as I do look a tad different. So I ended up going and buying an ordinary packet of biscuits off the shelf.
    I headed down to my usual haunt- the coffee shop, as we were going to the park for a farewell for Migs. We caught the bus as Jonny is on a ...

    The Power of the Cycle

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jun 22, 2013

    4 comments, 22 photos

    I have been feeling the power, as I cycle around the local streets around Mu Dan Gangcheng. It feels really good to be breaking all the road rules on my cycle and no one gives a damn because they are breaking them too. You don't get abused or yelled at, people just swerve around you. I love it. Even in the dark you can ride your bicycle without lights and no one cares. I don't think I have ever broken so many rules at once before. I do have to be careful ...