Min Hang Lan Tian Hotel

No.7 Qiaotou Street, Hailaer District, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, 021000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.7 Qiaotou Street, Hailaer District, Hulunbuir.
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    Oh what a day! Oh what a night!

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 19, 2010

    41 photos

    ... owner of the yurt was a complete drunk (he even tried to make off with my car!) and a pervert to boot so they changed their minds about staying there and we went back to Dongqi, where we had just come from.

    As if this weren't bad enough, we were then plagued by another bunch of drunks at the place we stayed at in Dongqi. One git even tried to bust into my room. Just when the alcoholics were starting to settle down, I had to go and rescue the two women who had ...

    Horses, Blue Sky, towards Hailaer

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 18, 2010

    35 photos

    ... goes by Erguna River, which marks the border with Russia. There were oodles of butterflies and the reflections in the water were beautiful. However, by the time we got to Lingjiang, I was on my last legs. Mr Chui drove us back to Shiwei where they had noodles at the store Jingyi and I had dinner the night before, while I picked at a mantou (steamed bread roll) and geda soup (not sure how to describe that except that it is comforting and a bit like a Chinese equivalent ...

    Russians, Mongolians, and Bears, Oh my

    A travel blog entry by jonathanray on Jul 08, 2008

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... tickets, and I forget that seeing the best athletes in the world is a rather expensive proposition. Right now I'm trying to decide between swimming (no Phelps or any hotshots), a soccer match, or perhaps the more random events, like the canoe/kayaking events. At about $300 a ticket I'm thinking one will do it for me, so place your vote now... Take care friends, ...

    Trans-Manchurian, day 5

    A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 08, 2006

    2 photos

    ... taken those over the tortuous border process we were forced to endure. The first hour was spent sitting in the cabin, waiting for the typically unsmiling border guard came to stare suspiciously at everyone. He even made me take off my glasses, as if I look completely different with them on. Once that process was complete, we were unceremoniously thrown off the train into the cold. Not quite expecting this to be so sudden, I hadn't had any lunch or even had the chance to ...

    All around is the horizon

    A travel blog entry by yumodo on Jul 20, 2006

    Before I went to Hailar I've never been to a grassland.The sheeps,the cows,the horses,horizon is all Hailar have.Very peaceful at night,when the sunset,the color there is purple-yellow color.and the milk products are very come low,some of them taste good!So when I got back,I must have put on 3kg my ...

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