Mando Hotel Yingkou

Address: No.30 Jinniushan Street,Xishi District, Yingkou, Liaoning, 115000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Yingkou.
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Travel Blogs from Yingkou

The 2011 Summer Beers N Noodles Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jul 01, 2011

... maxima ranging from 31C in the south to 24C in the extreme north. In the winter however, the vast Siberian High causes very cold, north to northwesterly winds that bring temperatures as low as −5C in the extreme south and −30C in the north, where the zone of discontinuous permafrost reaches northern Heilongjiang.

History of Manchuria

Manchuria was the homeland of several nomadic tribes, including the Manchu, Ulchs and ...

Update

A travel blog entry by mykaltofu on Jan 30, 2011

Just a quick one to say I have updated a back-entry: Zhangjiajie. Given the snow pictures you've just seen, this should provide a pretty awesome contrast. Looking at those two entries back-to-back really highlights how many seasons I've covered via distance, rather than time.

Also, there are totally monkeys in that photo ...

Full of Hasaam and Vitriol

A travel blog entry by mykaltofu on Jan 11, 2011

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... than a couple waking hours at a time without putting something in my mouth, it ... upsets people when I don't.)

I'm totally used to the whole Chinese way of going about dinner and all this stuff, so don't worry about that. It's just that this guy takes the whole obnoxious thing to a whole other level. "I have no interest in that place whatsoever, I've been to a similar place and I actually hated it. I will be very unhappy if I go. Please do not make me ...

Hasaam, right?

A travel blog entry by mykaltofu on Jan 10, 2011

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... is only a joke" or they take me dead seriously. I feel using verbal disclaimers is the same as strangling sarcasm, but there you go.

Of course, they say outrageous things from time to time and everyone knows they're joking, so maybe they're just not sure when to take me seriously because of all my crazy foreign quirks? After all, I don't eat meat, I don't know how much houses and cars cost back home off the top of my head and I don't care too ...

Hassam this!!!

A travel blog entry by mykaltofu on Jan 01, 2011

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... back home, I am dreading the potential long-term effects of all this.

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Speaking of drinking, last night being New Year's Eve saw me finish the actual bottle with the guy. Mr X thinks I might be some kind of 海量 (heavyweight) since he, like many others, can't really tell if I'm tipsy, drunk or just mucking around. This is because my face is naturally prone to turning bright red at all times, I'm ...