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 9 Beijing

A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Sep 23, 2014

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Today we set off at 8.39 to The Temple of heaven, the temple was were the emperor commanded the population to sacrifice farm animals to the gods of heaven whenever there was a bad harvest, the worst the harvest, the bigger the sacrifice, the sacrifice included animals, wine and jade. They would skin and bleed the animals before burning them as part of the ceremony,
The temple of heaven was struck by lightening and then rebuilt in 1913.

The Great Wall of China

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 13, 2013

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On Saturday morning at 10:00am we embarked on a journey to visit one of China's greatest monuments: the Great Wall of China. I do not believe that you can see the Great Wall from space for two reasons - it's not very wide and the smog.

My group of 20 or so took a charter bus. The section of the Great Wall that we went to is called Mu tian yu, which is in the greater Beijing municipality. We passed many rural areas and farms. All of the land ...

I came, I saw, I haggled

A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 09, 2013

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It finally happened. I couldn't stop it; it was out of my hands! I went...

to McDonalds!

And it was good.

On Tuesday I got a little sick from lunch and decided I really missed Western food, so along with some friends who supported me in my decision to give in to the worldwide chain, I dined at Mickey D's for supper. For a Tuesday night, it was pretty busy I thought with mostly Chinese people. The servers do not speak English, but ...


A travel blog entry by kyfly on Sep 26, 2013

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This morning we boarded the bus with all our gear and headed to the Longmen Caves and Grotto on the south bank of the Yi River in Luoyang. The caves are carving that were created from the 3rd century onward over a period of many years. They are outside buddhist temples carved on the cliff face. So although they are called caves you do not actually walk into a cave to view the carvings. We walked along the river for approximately 1-2km and all along ...

Tiannamen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven

A travel blog entry by kyfly on Sep 23, 2013

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Our tour group met in the reception last night at 6pm. There are 19 of us in total. Two families from the central coast north of Sydney, a mum and son from Sydney, a Nana and Grandson from Sydney and a family of 4 from Melbourne. Our group has 8 boys ranging from 10 to 17 and one lone girl aged 12. Needless to say, our boys are happy. Our guides name is Peter and he has fairly good English but you have to listen really well. He is quite funny and little. He ...