Railway Hotel

Address: No.1 Tianchang East Road, Tianchang, Anhui, 239000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Tianchang East Road, Tianchang.
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    Travel Blogs from Tianchang

    The Panda Uprising

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 10, 2014

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    I knew it It was obvious to me, but no one else can see it as clearly as I do. The pandas have started and not only are the giant pandas mining, building and sharpening bamboo sticks, but the red pandas have begun scouting the area and breaking out. If we don't start acting now it will be too late. -Wezri ...

    Fame and Glory

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 06, 2014

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    I new I'd always be a star, and today as we walked through China it became clear. I was born to be popular. We were walking around the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, sight seeing. We had just walked under a cool looking gate when a Chinese gangster, no I mean an ordinary man tapped me on the shoulder, put his arm around my neck and started choking, no he just put his arm around me and got a lady to take a photo of him and I. In mandarin he thanked me and disappeared into the crowd. I rejoined ...

    RGL gets a haircut

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 06, 2014

    ... again, then back to the seat for the detail work. The thinning scissors were brought out. I'm guessing from the tentative way that the thinning scissors was used that the hairdresser was not used to dealing with curly-ish hair. I also suspect that he is not used to widow's peaks. I used to have one, but he took out the shaver and shaved it back?!? Then, presumably because my hairline is receding unevenly, he used the shaver to neaten the hair line. I ...

    The Haze (spooky music in background)

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 06, 2014

    At first we thought it was fog but as we stepped out into the grey abyss and took our first breathes of the thick smoke they call air we knew what it was. If you were to try and picture the smell of china find your closest ash tray and rub the contents up your nostrils, then try and breath through your nose without suffocating. Hard, isn't it. ...

    The prayer for thesis conclusion

    A travel blog entry by heathermatthews on Jul 27, 2009

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    Joel's friend in Tokyo is taking a long, long time to complete his thesis. Joel writes a prayer to Confucius to speed along the process. We hope the prayers are answered.

    Our next stop is Chendu and hopefully Mimi's brother and after that we have decided to head into the Tibetan highlands.

    Tomorrow we head for the terra cotta ...