Royal Garden Hotel

Address: No.36 Jing Ling Lu Yu Avenue, Tianmen, Hubei, 431700, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.36 Jing Ling Lu Yu Avenue, Tianmen.
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Travel Blogs from Tianmen

Day 10 Beijing to Yichang

A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Sep 24, 2014

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4am wake up call to catch flight to Yichang at 7.50am. The original flight had been cancelled due to low numbers.
We arrived in Yichang, a very new airport that is still being developed, Yichang means the three gorges in English, first visit was to three visitors cave. We enjoyed s nice walk around the area. At the end of the walk we were passed by three donkeys carrying many packets of cement.
We stopped off at a convince store to buy some supplies for the boat. ...

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 13, 2013

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... the bus again and finished the two hour journey to the Great Wall. This part of China has beautiful mountains in the Yanshan mountain range, but these are not near as tall as the ones I'll be visiting next week in southwestern China near Tibet. Walking to the top of the Great Wall is quite a trek! To get to and from the Great Wall, there are sky buckets and a slide with tobaggon sleds on the way down, but being the adventurous one I am, I chose to walk, ...

I came, I saw, I haggled

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 09, 2013

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... the same price! I was very happy to eat McDonalds and am grateful of my friends for indulging me.

Later Tuesday night, a big group from my study abroad program found something fun to do - karaoke! Here in China, it's called KTV (karaoke television). I had a blast! I'm not sure if it was because there was such a large group of us or if it's always this way, but we had to rent a room for 25 kuai a person, which is about 4 U.S. dollars. This room was ...


A travel blog entry by kyfly on Sep 26, 2013

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... onto platforms to view the statues up close. We had a chinese tour guide along the way who gave us the history of the caves etc. There are so many dynasties and religions within chinese history that it is hard to keep up with lots of the information being told to us. Yesterday I asked Peter what religion he was and he said he was a mixture of Buddhist, confuscious, taoism and ying and yang. All quite confusing! It is now j5.05pm and we are on ...

Tiannamen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven

A travel blog entry by kyfly on Sep 23, 2013

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... ridiculous. The line to see Chairman Mao embalmed was about 1km long. We chose not to join that. From the square you walk through to the Forbidden City. It is ginormous! The Emporers really believed in doing things on a grand scale. The Forbidden city sprawls over 270 acres and we walked from one end to the other much to Flyn disgust. Ky, as usual, soldiered on with quiet determination. The buildings are beautiful and are repainted in great intricacy every ...