Mingzhu Grand Hotel

No.4 Xinghua Road, Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 021400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.4 Xinghua Road, 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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    ... the coach was stopped again to check our documents. In all situations except for HKSAR and Macau SAR citizens, the boarder control would have stamped on the passport; for us, they do that digitally so that there is another complication that the officer had to collect our Home Return Permit and to ask for higher rank officers for permit to "release" us. At that point, the driver was so annoyed and strolled to us and told us to show ...

    2 hours in Zabaykalsky

    A travel blog entry by cylam on Jul 29, 2012

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    We arrived at Zabaykalsk at about half 5 in the morning. It was the 3rd day in a row we saw the sunrise. After getting off the train, we followed the stream of passengers and arrived at a bridge which crossed the railway station to the coach station. We took the coach where most Chinese chose (we could speak Mandarin). Everything was so swift, or put it this way, in a rush. The coach to the boarder line cost 100 rubles, then we needed ...

    A 12 hour border crossing.....

    A travel blog entry by helenruththomas on Jan 05, 2011

    We spent 12 hours crossing the border between Russia and China!! The timetable had us down for approx. 6 hours at each border station which we couldn't believe could possibly be true – but it was!! The trains in Russia and China run on different gauges so the bogies (wheels) are changed at the border.

    Tho toilets closed an hour before we reached the border - no using toilets whilst bogies are being changed (for obvious reasons!), but ...

    Life on the train

    A travel blog entry by helenruththomas on Jan 04, 2011

    So what is it like on the train? We travelled from St Petersburg to Irkutsk in Platskartny, which is 3rd class - open plan bunks, basically a dorm on wheels, its the equivalent of hard sleeper on Chinese trains. The bunks are organised in sections of 6 - 2 sets of bunks at right angles to the train wall, and one set of bunks parallel to the train wall (am sure trains don't have walls, but can't remember the word!) This is definitely a much friendlier way of travelling ...

    A lake, beautiful grass and piles of manure

    A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 14, 2010

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    ... I didn’t get that part clearly) are being fixed so the entrance is free, although I don’t know for how long.
    So, back to my story, she packed her bags and checked out of her hotel, then we were off to Guomen, the place where trains cross over from Russia to China. When we got there we were busy laughing about a sign outside a train that said something about a secret area. Then when we went to buy tickets for Guomen, I was told I couldn’t ...