Mu's Mansion Hotel

Address: Right Side of Mufu, Guangyi Street, Old City, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Right Side of Mufu, Guangyi Street, Old City, Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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Travel Blogs from Lijiang


A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 07, 2015

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... we see stars (incredibly rare in China!), but the Milky Way, and there was silence except for the sound of frogs trilling away.

We were lucky enough to find two very good restaurants in Shaxi. One was a Bai restaurant just off the main square called Ban Zian Ju. We ate braised pork, twice cooked pork, "1000 pieces of meat" (disappointingly an overestimate) which was pork steamed in a clay pot with pickled vegetables and spices), fried lotus, ...

Lijiang Old Town

A travel blog entry by campy on Aug 20, 2015

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... found a cool place that specializes in yak dairy; so I bought a snack pack of ice cream flavored yak cheese, which actually tasted worse the more I ate, I probably should have just gotten cheese flavored cheese lol.

My first night here I met a Japanese Brazilian girl, and we lucked out and found a Sichuan restaurant that had my favorite dishes. One of them every American knowns; Szechuan Chicken ...

Peaceful Shaxi

A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 31, 2015

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... day we went out for a late lunch, the guy at the restaurant recommended this bread dish which we tried but it wasn’t too good – like the sweetest thing I’ve ever tasted and not in a good way. Then we just looked around this pretty town. The day after I went to nearby Shibao Shan, which is a mountain famous for its ancient Bai carvings which are 1300 years old. These carvings depicted scenes from the Nanzhao kingdom which was ...

Of Bongos and Ukuleles

A travel blog entry by turas on Oct 27, 2014

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... house. This epidemic of highly specialised merchants universally consist of a shop trumpeting out some bland instrumental loop, to which a young female employee, face gripped in the throes of chronic ennui, is pounding out a rhythm on a djembe. There is an extremely broad spectrum of both playing proficiency and commitment to the task at hand. Behind them, the shop racks are full of bongos (admittedly I'm including congas and djembes in a loose definition) ...

The gorge for leaping tigers

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Aug 13, 2013

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... br> This gorge is so named because, so the story goes, back in the good old days of ancient Chinese history a tiger is rumoured to have leapt from one side to the other to escape pursuing hunters. Thus, the image being presented is an impressively narrow gorge being sliced apart by China's #1 river, the Yangtze (although granted in a relatively infant stage by comparison to what gurgles past Nanjing and Shanghai). On the north bank is Haba Snow Mountain (5396m) ...