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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    Qingcheng mountain entry, better late than never..

    A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 22, 2011

    37 photos

    ... in the states. Have you ever taken a cab with a buddy after too much to drink one night? You get home and it cost you guys about twenty-something bucks! Well here most cab rides are going to be under twenty kuai which is about $3.00.

    So we get to the train-station and we go to buy our tickets. But there's one problem, they want to see our passports!! Three of us didn't bring our passports because we figured we wouldn't need it for a forty ...

    That's one giant punt!

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 22, 2007

    12 photos

    ... punt. For those of you that haven't visited to Oxford or Cambridge, a punt is a small boat propelled in a ridiculous manner, by standing at the rear and pushing a long pole into the river bed and, as you meander from one bank to the other, wondering why there is no sensible way of steering the damn thing. Then you your pole gets stuck in some mud, the boat slips away beneath your feet, and you have a moment or two where you realise, too late, that you should have ...

    You say Chengdu, you say sungdo

    A travel blog entry by hornuts on Sep 29, 2007

    So I haven't been able to update while I've been in Tibet... the trip was way too hectic and there was a lack of internet; I didn't trust the shop in Shigatse advertising "wide-band internet" to be terribly reliable. Right now I'm in Chengdu, with a few hours to kill before returning to Seoul, so I'll try to fill in the map a little bit. I spent the last day in Lhasa trying to get organized to go back to Korea, which I knew was going to be painful, especially ...

    Chengdu Part 2

    A travel blog entry by jeznkez on May 08, 2007

    A special mention really has to be made about the Renmin (peoples) Park in Chengdu. We simply don't have parks like this in the UK. The attractions are varied and range from the distasteful to the amusing to just downright disturbing, but all are popular with the locals, especially as it was the holidays. It is a massive park that is reknowned for it's old teahouses that have undergone a revival since the ...

    Finally we arrive in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by sneekybeeky on Oct 21, 2006

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... a miss and we must have been far from where we thought we were!!! I stopped and asked a police man who was sat with his other helmeted police collegues in a little portacabin on the side of the road - he was about as usefull as a paper match so he ran out of his den and asked a group of girls if they could help us.. They turned out to be very helpful indeed. They were all from Xi'an but wasnt sure if they were visiting Chongqing or lived there but either way they knew what ...

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