Jurassic Hot Spring Hotel

Address: No.1 Lingxiu Road, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the suburb area of Dujiangyan.
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        Dujiangyan Irrigation & mountain trekking

        A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina on Apr 05, 2011

        24 photos

        ... 3033 1;、国泰民ê 33;,然后拆& 500;杩槎,滚 8378;岷江水直&# 20837;内江,灌& #28297;成都平原 千里阔野。 ;1957年以后,&# 37117;江堰渠道& #20462;建了外江 节制闸,可 ...

        A Qiang Wedding

        A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Jan 01, 2008

        24 photos

        ... related, I would have been mildly concerned had that not been the case) was brought in and the process repeated with much bowing in respect to the parents of the couple, seated in front of them, and presumably lewd comments from the rowdier/more baijiu enthused members of the congregation. Somewhat embarrassingly, we were given seats right at the front and had a perfect view of it all, whereas everyone else had to crowd into the small village hall, standing room only. ...

        Notes from the World's Next Superpower

        A travel blog entry by hanandvern on Sep 29, 2007

        21 photos

        After 5 months on the road we find ourselves in the red giant. Arguably one of the worlds most talked about countries of our times, after whichever Middle Eastern state the US is choosing to harass at any given time. A place where you can't eat the food, browse Wikipedia or lick the toys for fear of serious bodily harm. Needless to say I was curious about how it'd be up close and personal. We have so far only seen one tiny corner ...

        Pandas and Pagodas

        A travel blog entry by jon_helen on Jun 05, 2007

        2 comments, 29 photos

        ... and so beautifully tranquil. On this path we stumbled on probably the most beautiful monastery on the whole mountain, full of scented flowers and colourful mosaics, where the nuns cooked us lunch. There we met a friendly Chinese girl Tong Li and Jon practised his Mandarin to the amusement of the surrounding locals. The next stop was the Grand Buddha in Leshan, which is apparently the biggest in the world at 71 metres, with a fingernail taller than the average ...

        Giant Buddha and Panda Spotting

        A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Dec 10, 2006

        33 photos

        ... loudly while lounging on their backs. All seemed unperturbed by our presence - well we had been warned, there were signs everywhere saying "I am a national treasure and I hate noise". Although one or two of the adults did display some energy - climbing trees and in one case climbing a platform to wrestle with a sleeping playmate - the most lively bears we saw were the four babies born in the centre this year. They were clambering around in a ...