Kaifeng Hotel

No.66 Ziyou Road, Gulou District, Kaifeng, Henan, 475000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Gulou District area of Kaifeng, is near Dragon Pavilion Park (Long Ting), Temple of Lord Bao, Tie Ta (Iron Pagoda), and Po Ta (Fan Pagoda).
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    Travel Blogs from Kaifeng

    White wine my arse ;-)

    A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Nov 11, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... odd. In fact it just made it feel more surreal and I really began to completely understand the position a friend of mine is in.
    Met a lovely nurse called Lily as I was looking for the Taoist temple and had the usual chat about where I am from, my thoughts in China, what she does and where she is from. People can be so helpful especially when they go out of their way to show you the way to go. Unfortunately I did not visit the temple as I did not ...

    Look out, Kaifeng, the laowais are coming!

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 10, 2012

    4 comments, 8 photos

    We had become somewhat accustomed to Chinese trains by now. We knew to expect huge drifts of food debris on the floor, inquisitive locals, tiny bunk beds and pot noodles for dinner. We had also learned to expect the lights to go out at 10pm, and to come back on early in the morning, but 4.30am came and the lights blazed through our eyelids and hit our retinas with a force that woke us with a start. Other passengers instinctively began milling around, making tea and chatting, as if they ...


    A travel blog entry by galumphing on Oct 21, 2010

    ... buried at least eight meters under the surface. Since tall buildings requiring deep foundations are forbidden (in order to preserve the historic city below), perhaps some interesting artifacts will be rediscovered there at some future date.

    I visited the Shanshaangan Guild Hall -- an elaborately ...

    Travel log of the cultural trip to Henan

    A travel blog entry by kelvincolour on Mar 30, 2009

    ... place we had been to. But how could a historic spot can be like that? Lots of people were playing kites, touching the stone lion, and so on. It just likes a playground for people to relax. By interviewing a couple of lovers outside the Door, it seemed that they donft know what the historical meaning for this spot. However, my impression of a historical spot was not match with this one. A historical spot should be very crowd with many people lying ...

    The earthquake

    A travel blog entry by guavamama on May 17, 2008

    ... to help out with the relief work. Students are filling up classrooms with donated goods they will send to Sichuan as well as collecting money and running blood banks to help. It's reassuring to see all of my students rallying behind a cause that will have positive effects, instead of rallying around ardent, almost-scary nationalism. Some of you have emailed me asking what you can do to help. My ...