Nong Ken Hotel Gansu

Address: No.8 Pingliang Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

On to Xian!

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 17, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... Buddhists, there were two branches, for one of these branches eating meat was not a taboo. One day, they couldn't find meat to buy. Upon seeing a group of big wild geese flying by, a monk said to himself: 'Today we have no meat. I hope the merciful Bodhisattva will give us some.' At that very moment, the leading wild goose broke its wings and fell to the ground. All the monks were startled and believed that Bodhisattva showed his spirit to order them to be more pious. ...

My experiences

A travel blog entry by mayar.bigman on Jul 16, 2013

... the most populated as an island. British people built horse racing called happy valley as they got homesick at their time in Hong Kong. Hong Kong exports to Europe and other countries are all free. In my trip I found a lot of people speaking to me about what Chinese year representations. This fascinating concept looks at your date of birth and assigns an animal to that date. The animal for which you are given then symbolizes something in life. For me my animal represented longevity ...

Come and Gone

A travel blog entry by avenel on Jun 04, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... difficult, mainly for the girls. Isabelle survived on steamed rice for quite a few meals, and Charlotte consumed a lot of Milo. We filled up on ice-creams a fair bit and bought very expensive fruit like golden kiwi fruit (remember when they were called Chinese gooseberries?) to get some goodness into little tummies. Max on the other hand was happy to try pretty well everything and found he enjoyed most of it – even managed to tolerate quite a bit ...

My brand news seat covers

A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Dec 30, 2011

1 comment

... heads from their meals they soon continued on slurping, coughing, spitting their way through their lunchtime meal. With no menus we simply pointed at the steamed creations enjoyed by other tables and minutes later we were presented with a basket full of steamed buns. We couldn't eat it all. They were sensational. The damage? 80 cents. We also took a cab out to 798ART. Its a district of abandoned and derelict warehouses that have been transformed back ...

First steps on the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by roeby-en-ine on Aug 10, 2011

1 comment, 57 photos

... already admired the horse at the Gansu Provincial Museum, where basically all of Gansu's treasures are kept. This also goes for all movable parts of the buddhist sculpture caves at Tiantishan, though the giant, 15-meter high Sakyamuni buddha carved out of the mountain side was still there to wave at us. Further along the Hexi Corridor we visited Jiayuguan, where the Great Wall of China ends and an old fort looks out over the Gobi ...