The Natonal Defence Grand Hotel

Address: Duosenge South Road , Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Duosenge South Road , Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Oct 24, 2014

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... t been to before and ended up in the Muslim quarter of Lhasa. We then took a rickshaw to the Potala Palace so we could make some last snaps. Rob is looking at a monastery below the holy hill and I'm chilling out. A Tibetan couple came by to take my photo, so I took theirs! Now we're having a snack and sweet tea before we do our last turn of the Barkhor. We had dinner at the same place as ...

I Can Do It - Only 364 Steps

A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 26, 2014

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... one point I convinced Terry and to put up our umbrellas and run out into the water, assuring them we would not get wet. It was not so bad at first then all the fountains went off and we were in a torrential downpour! When it stopped we leaped back across the grate, but Terry didn't make it in time and the fountain jet went right up on her. As her friend, I was duty bound to laugh as did most of the Tibetans watching the show. We made lots of albums that night.

Barrage of Buddhas

A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 21, 2014

6 comments, 8 photos

... alike...curried chicken or yak, yak stew, Tibet pizza, greens, white rice and naan bread. I am starting to crave some good old american food! Wonder what food coach Fiona is going to have to say. Saltine crackers left over from teaching and water are the bus ride staples...mine is golden raisins (no gluten) and water. So here I am finishing up my lovely hour journaling under the willow tree at the Summer Palace. My handwriting is atrocious and I hope I can read it back at the hotel. ...

On the Mend, but still a bit high

A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Sep 27, 2013

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... burning yak butter. There is a total of 1,000 rooms in here and
we only saw a select few. The palace is
now only used as a shrine and praying area these days. Back to the hotel now for some R&R. Saw the doctor and got some Chinese medicine
to get me all better (found out it was not just altitude but a chest infection). Went out for some dinner tonight, mmmm, could I ever live without food?


We made it!

A travel blog entry by andyball on Jul 09, 2013

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... subsequent treaty would secure Tibet’s independence until China took control in the late nineteenth century. Following the fall of the Qing dynasty in 1911 Tibet became independent until 1950 when China invaded. Chinese history calls it ‘liberation’ from feudal slavery and lays claim to modernising the country which in many respects is true.


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