Kaifeng Hotel

Address: 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 Kaifeng Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Kaifeng

        Trapped in a cafe

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 02, 2015

        10 photos

        I couldn't sleep all morning, but I was locked in the cafe until 10. At about 10:20, I messaged my host and she said she was on her way. She didn't actually get there until 11... an hour later than she said last night. Oh well. She took me to get some donkey soup and even paid for it and the taxi ride there! Nice lady.

        The soup tasted like beef soup, and they serve it with some fried dough cut ...

        Foreign Teachers Exodus

        A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Apr 03, 2013

        4 comments, 64 photos

        ... Qingming Scenic Spot. This new friend was able to ask around so we went ot the right place. It is callled the Millennum City Park. It was a theme park from the Song Dynasty (960-1127). There is this very classic picture that is called "The Qingming Festival By the RIver". It is a scroll 17 feet x 9.5 inches depicting life along the river. I nearly bought a smaller copy but I just couldn't think of a place to put it when I get home. It is really good, so might give ...

        Smile Please

        A travel blog entry by yelkins on Apr 06, 2012

        304 photos

        ... and Kaifeng, that’s us. Our train was boarding, we followed the crowed and hoped they took us to the right train. As we descended the stairs to the platform we were met by a woman guiding people to the carriages, as soon as she spotted us she wished us good travels and goodbye in very good English. We had booked a D-train which is high speed so we weren’t too bothered if the conditions of the train were bad but yet again to our surprise it was really ...

        Like Chinese Disneyland

        A travel blog entry by tempest164 on Apr 15, 2009

        14 photos

        ... the cock's are never killed, but you are allowed to bet on the "winner"), a horse riding demonstration, a mock Gung Fu fight in which a team of outlaws liberates one of their members being held in captivity. There's also an "acrobatic" show complete with a boy ripping pieces of paper and putting out a cigarettes, with a bull-whip, while still in the trembling lips of another performer. If that wasn't ridiculous enough, a little girl then stands on her ...

        The first day

        A travel blog entry by louisyu125 on Mar 15, 2009

        ... there were children playing around and old people sitting on. It was a quite funny view. When I was enjoying the view of the lake beside the palace, there were some guides riding on three-wheelers asking us to have a ride to visit the city. Although there were working for their lives, that was just annoying us with the repeating speech. Have they used their head to attract more costumers in the other way? I escaped finally and have a look on the street. As this is my first day ...