Linxia Hotel

Address: Binhe East Road, Linxia, Gansu, 731100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Binhe East Road, Linxia.
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    Travel Blogs from Linxia

    Yellow River and Bingling grottoes

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 17, 2014

    14 photos

    Mandatory round table Chinese breakfast this morning turns out better than feared, although the millet congee is a bit of an acquired taste (one of us offers a contrary opinion, saying that it is very nice, or at least it would be if it was made with rice not millet and milk instead of water).

    Our horn-honking bus driver takes us through …

    Best. Christmas. Ever.

    A travel blog entry by rebeccaepperson on Dec 25, 2013

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... impressive. Today, we were even more wowed. The orphanage houses about 300 children total from birth through age 16. It is staffed by approximately 200 individuals - from medical staff to nannies to rehab facilitators to teachers as well as administrators. The orphanage actually just opened on December 28, 2012 so it fairly new and replaced an older facility with fewer amenties. Outside of the orphanage are two huge ...

    Silk Road: Day Six

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Aug 22, 2013

    35 photos

    ... Don't Wash Clothes, Foot" in the restroom. Too funny. When I went back on the bus, Victoria gave me an Oreo, which tasted like a different type of milk.

    We arrived at the Linxia Xichuan Big Mosque, which is one of the major mosques in Linxia. It is mainly a place for the Hui people. The buildings are Arabic style.

    During touring, I was not allowed ...

    What a difference a day makes....

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on May 29, 2012

    246 photos

    The sun was out today, what a difference it makes. Only about 130km drive today but still took us over 6 hours as more of the mountain passes to go over. A very Tibetan feel to today. Battery on computer about to run out so published this with little comments on the photos. Apologies for the number of photos - but the scenery was forever changing and breathtaking - literally as I can tell when we get to about 3,000m as I find my breathing gets a ittle ...

    Chinese Army to the rescue

    A travel blog entry by passportday2010 on Nov 12, 2010

    20 photos

    ... in the world (in fact the best driver in the world full stop) to get us through, we had faith in our JC.
    So what can I say about all our adventures in China, well for me it was such an amazing experience, one I guess that I wouldn’t want to
    repeat everyday but wouldn't change our time there for the world.
    Therewas such much to say about China, that I have just summarised my highlights, that will hopefully offer you an insight into what it was
    like to ...