Southwest Hotel

Address: Yingfeng Middle Road, Hecheng District, Huaihua, Hunan, 418000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Yingfeng Middle Road, Hecheng District, Huaihua.
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        Travel Blogs from Huaihua

        Phoenix town

        A travel blog entry by gncook on Oct 01, 2015

        5 photos

        ... and shopping. Many of the kids found plenty of souvenirs, I wandered. I eventually found a few ways to keep busy - helping one shop shaykh their sweets and then finding a cross bow to shoot - photos attached. The hours went by and we finished with lunch at the ...

        Ten days to Hong Kong: part three

        A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jul 04, 2015

        2 photos

        ... scrambling into my trousers. But this is futile, and more to the point it really doesn't matter! Besides, it was such a good sleep! One relaxed breakfast later I am back at the ticket office. Embarrassingly enough I am served by the same lady as last night, but my ticket is exchanged for free and I head into the station. My updated train to Zhangjiajie is then delayed by four hours because of rain. Wang yi xiang, sat next to me in the waiting room, has a six ...

        Tranen met tuiten

        A travel blog entry by janjoost on Jan 04, 2014

        "Dear Mr. Joost,
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        The Mysteries of Xiangxi

        A travel blog entry by chan_hc on May 11, 2012

        6 photos

        ... which often pop up next to the older traditional ones and completely destroy the harmony); piles of dirt or garbage; messy traffic; rude manners and damaged environment, such as seemingly unregulated harvesting of sands on the riverbeds. The 10 hours journey was not particularly comfortable either, despite the fact that I was on a “sleeper bus” that every passenger had a narrow bunker bed, because the covers of the mattresses were dirty, with smelly pillows ...

        Overnighting in Huaihua

        A travel blog entry by unstuck on Nov 17, 2011

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        Posted by Matt

        We should have known that it was going to be a rough couple of days when we woke up realizing we were completely out of cash - and had no idea where the nearest working ATM was. We had spent our last bit of money on beer and street meat - not our wisest decision of the trip. On top of having no money, we were starving and thirsty. We set out from our hostel across the river town to find a place to get some cash. Our ...