Soluxe Hotel Yili

Address: No.100 Yilihe Road, Yining, Xinjiang Uygur, 835000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.100 Yilihe Road, Yining.
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Travel Blogs from Yining

Symbolism and Bagua

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 15, 2015

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... me with a huge grin. Finally I asked if she wanted a picture with me. The smile got even bigger. She whipped out her phone, but it was old and she could not get it to work. Poor girl. Almost in tears. Finally it suddenly worked. By now several people were involved, and we made a whole series of pictures. The hotel girls and security guard same story. The boldest girl demanded a picture alone with me. The others were more shy, so that became a group picture. In the park ...

A Daoist town

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 14, 2015

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... town, because it has been constructed using symbols and systems of Dao. 'Dao' means 'the way.' And is half philosophy, half religion. The origin is completely Chinese and was a philosophy. Over the years it has become mixed with Buddhism and become a religion. The town has been build on a road grid of octagons. Like the Korean flag has a Ying-Yang sign surrounded by 8 sets of 3 bars, Tekesi has a central building surrounded by ...

The Khazak border

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 13, 2015

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... and my log, and research on the area are not possible. We return to the bus station and find a taxi. driver to take us to Xiata. We wait until he has found two more passengers, and soon drive through the rural landscape of Singchian. We mainly in a flat plain where wheat is harvested, and ahead of us are the mighty Tienshan mountains, with snow caps. Our fellow passengers are an older party officer and a young Han boy, who is coming home to help with the harvest. Our ...

Bandit about - lock down at Kazakstan border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 17, 2012

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Well, hard to believe that we are now out of China - what a change. Where did all the people go to. Overall I really enjoyed China and could quite easily live in the country to be honest. Can thoroughly recommend it as a place to ...

Dodgy, Dodgy, Dodgy exit from China

A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jun 27, 2012

... Finally in frustration I headed up the road in the direction indicated by the lonely planet. About a km away I spotted an old ****** sleeper bus with Almaty in the window. I asked the drink seller nearby where I could buy tickets and he pointed to a ramshackle shed next to the bus and told me to come back at 3pm. The bus left the next morning at 6pm…OK. That was progress.

Back at the hotel we tried in vain to hook up the LAN cable.It simply pushed the ...