Shaolin International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsShaolin International Hotel Dengfeng
A reasonable place to stay, although some of the signs are a bit odd. Directions for the stairs were ' To Step ladder'.
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Always expect the unexpected I haven't figured out how that works exactly because I did not expect anything today let alone the unexpected. I start typing this sitting at the famous Dragon Lakes where sadly humans have left their destructive marks. One should not expect to find rubbish here in this wonderful piece of nature, but here it is. Although unexpected, it is not what I wanted to talk about. I had a good sleep for a change but did not feel up for ...
Yes a ban on kungfushows. You are probably wondering why a kungfu fanatic like me would say such an outrageous thing! Nowadays there is a ban on many things. GMO products from the USA, clothing made in sweatshops, toys from China, the list is long. Kungfushows were never on it and maybe they temporarily should. This morning training as usual in the ancient and wonderful Shaolin Temple. Half of my group did not attend because they ...
... of bad techniques and how does it serve Shaolin to have all these people go home and perform sloppy forms all the while saying :"I learned this in Shaolin Temple". This teaching approach though does benefits the more experienced practitioners of the art. Knowing yourself and your limitations and being honest to yourself will guide you into making a good choice of what and how many you want to learn. In my case I decided to finish a fistform I once started learning but never finished and ...
... 386 - 584 A.D.) In Chinese history it is reputed to be ‘the Number One Temple under Heaven’. Included on UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 2010, it is the home of the Chinese Zen Buddhism and the Shaolin Martial Arts. It is set with huge soaring mountains as its backdrop with pine trees and gorgeous gardnes with cypress and weeping willows. Here we saw a Kung Fu show with real ...
... and continued shopping. She found some things that she just had to have.
We had dinner with the boys at the "Turtle "restaurant which always serves up a good feast.
Yesterday it was off to White Horse Temple. This is an impressive place and they are building more things all the time around the temple. The buildings are temples from neighboring countries and the have also started building a copy of the famous temple from Ancient Luoyang. It is ...