Tianyuan Hot Spring Hotel

Address: No.100 Anxi Road, Qilihe District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730050, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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      On to Xian!

      A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... but appealing style of construction. It is rated as a National Key Cultural Relic Preserve as well as an AAAA Tourist Attraction. In addition, it was added to the World Heritage List on June 22, 2014. Originally built in 652 during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), it functioned to collect Buddhist materials that were taken from India by a high ranking religious leader. As for the reason why it is called Big Wild Goose Pagoda; surprise, there is a legend. According to ancient ...

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      ... my hotel to Victoria peek. The route is from Harbour tunnel into Victoria peek. Hong Kong is a country with 1 country 2 systems. Hong Kong considered to be altogether different from the rest of China. Most of the land in Hong Kong is filled with reclamation Land. Most of it was under sea. Hong Kong original men were fishermen. In 1846 British people settled in Hong Kong until 1997. They filled the land to how we see Hong Kong now. Later on they rented new areas to local people.Hong ...

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      A travel blog entry by avenel on Jun 04, 2012

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... that, the city centres tend to be pretty clean in terms of rubbish, with gloved and masked, orange clad street sweepers out in force sweeping up every bit of rubbish dropped. The drains and small side streets are another matter though, but I won’t go there. The novelty of the squat toilets actually appealed to the girls and much of the time they insisted on using them even when there was an option of a sitter.

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      A travel blog entry by ianandsuejones on Dec 30, 2011

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      ... of sweat forming on her forehead suggested she meant business. We kept walking. We had the most amazing meal down a hutong. The alleys are littered with small eateries frequented by the locals. Most food in Chine is deep fried ( they even deep fry fruit and whack it on a stick). The exception is the steamed pork/ vegetable bund and dumplings. The locals seemed a bit shocked when Sue and I walked in and took our seats at the plastic table. After ...

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      A travel blog entry by roeby-en-ine on Aug 10, 2011

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      ... with ethnicities of Persia, Central Asia, Japan, Vietnam, Tibet, and India living in Chang'An, while green-eyed, blond-haired dancers attracted visitors to its many inns. Our next step on the Silk Road took us to Wuwei, home of the Bronze Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow. The horse is a masterfully crafted bronze by an unknown artist, made about 2,000 years ago and found in a Han dynasty tomb. We visited the tomb in Wuwei, ...