Shaolin Hotel

Address: No.66 Zhongyue Street, Dengfeng, Henan, 452470, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Dengfeng District area of Dengfeng.
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      Day 7 Beijing

      A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 21, 2014

      ... a lot cheaper. $70 for multi focal sunglasses hope they will be ok. Made over night so will see. Quite a traditional dinner at a local restaurant which was yummy and easy to get a taxi ride home driving past Tianemen Square and the Forbidden City at night which was great to see lit up. It's illegal for anyone to walk through Tianemen Square at night and it looked enormous when empty . I feel very safe in China compared to other Asian ...

      Day 6 Zhenzoung to Beijing

      A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 20, 2014

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      Great night sleep at hotel then left for Yellow river. China is in worst drought for 63 years so wasn't much of the Yellow River to see. Interesting though we went to the spot where the Chinese exploded their dam as a last ditch attempt to stop the Japanese invasion. 900 00 people died and 4.1 million Chinese were displaced from the resulting floods. Japan did retreat but it was worse than dropping a bomb on the ...

      Day 5 Layoung to Zhengzhou

      A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... that much time meditating, again,it's Buddhas and incense, also saw a pergola forest which is basically hundreds of Pagodas which are tombs for the monks. Dinner was really yummy and staying in an amazing 5 star hotel. Had a great big bath. Watched the swans smash north Melbourne with our Melbourne friends Darryl and Katrina who are such AFLsupporters that they downloaded the live stream app before leaving Australia. Off to Beijing ...

      Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting

      A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... I retuned to bed and proceeded to sleep until around noon, then did nothing for the entire afternoon. After some delicious garlic fried pork and a water bottle shower, we watched the entire village of local King Fu kids do their nightly practice. Interesting place though not worth the visit without running water.


      Hired a taxi to Louyang, which was surprisingly difficult. The driver didnt understand long distance bus station, ...

      Up from the 36 chambers it's ... charades

      A travel blog entry by peteindira on Nov 05, 2013

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      ... you're stuck right in the middle of it.

      Before grinding to a halt trying to cross Zhengzhou on a bus, we left Beijing via a bullet train that got us to our destination in a matter of three and a half hours by averaging speeds of about 290 km/h. Being one of the main train hubs in China, the train station in Zhengzhou is massive, probably able to handle volumes of hundreds of thousands of passengers. When we arrived, ...