International Hotel

No.35 Erdao Street, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Downtown area of Manzhouli.
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    Travel Blogs from Manzhouli

    6 hours in ManZhouLi

    A travel blog entry by cylam on Jul 29, 2012

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    ... had no idea where we were and how we could get to the train station. So we needed to take a taxi which cost 10 yuan in total (everything was so cheap in rural China :) ). Since we were delayed for so long, it was a bit of rush for us to sort out our train tickets. At the real time display board it showed that there was only standing tickets left (!), but luckily, since we were stopping at SiPing rather than Beijing, there are ...

    2 hours in Zabaykalsky

    A travel blog entry by cylam on Jul 29, 2012

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    ... for a long time since there were 3 vans and a coach in front of us. The boarder crossing itself was quite slow especially with the vehicles, our coach went through x-ray twice... At the immigration counters, at least one of the Russian officials knew a little bit Mandarin, when we were dropping stuff off at the x-ray machine, she said yi-ge yi-ge (one by one). Everything was very slow, but smooth. We succeeded leaving Russia!


    A 12 hour border crossing.....

    A travel blog entry by helenruththomas on Jan 05, 2011

    ... get off were told to stay on the train so we stayed put too.

    The immigration officers come onto the train and we give them our passports. Much shaking of heads and quizzical looks and we understand that they want to see our registration stamp – which we don’t have as our hotel in St Petersburg said it was all done on the internet….so we hunt for the train tickets to prove how long we were in St Petersburg, and this seems to ...

    Life on the train

    A travel blog entry by helenruththomas on Jan 04, 2011

    ... trackies. Number 2 - do not climb up to your bunk wearing shoes of any kind, train or not! Number 3 - when climbing off the bunk - make sure you don't touch the floor with your socks, put your feet in your train shoes. Number 4 -- if you have the top bunk, only venture to the bottom bunk to eat or if invited by your bottom bunk mates! If you have the bottom bunk - be prepared to share your bunk with the upper bunk mates when they are eating or want a chat. Number ...

    A lake, beautiful grass and piles of manure

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 14, 2010

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    ... t worry, it isn’t as bad as it sounds because the doll is actually a building. Unfortunately the restaurant on the second floor where the toilet is was closed and while I managed to open the door it was really big, dark and scary inside, so I didn’t go in. I ran out of the big doll then into a little doll (which turned out to be a souvenir shop) and asked for directions to another toilet in a big blue building which housed the Russian Craft Museum. ...