Airport Hotel

Address: No.1341 Yingbin Road, Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur, 830016, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Development Zone area of Urumqi.
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Travel Blogs from Urumqi

Modern Mixed Tape: Dunhuang to Urumqi on 500 Songs

A travel blog entry by davidavi on Oct 12, 2015

1 comment, 110 photos

... the moments of solitude, the kind strangers, and the smiles I will never forget. Hopelessly romantic, however hopefully fantastic. Listen to the birds sing and the quiet giggle of inquisitive children. Bring me back to a story I hope never ends; my wind-charred skin the bookmark of this limitless chapter. Bring me back to the mixed tape of memories, the soundtrack stuck on repeat. Write me a story. Write my story.

Tian Shan mountains

A travel blog entry by keishaaj11 on Sep 17, 2015

4 photos

... lots of finger snapping and hand movements ) and the men seemed to have the skills of progressional dancers having dance offs in the middle of the dance floor. We showed them our two stepping skills representing Alberta well, at the end of the night when we figured we had successfully crashed their wedding we called it a ...

Arriving in Urumqi

A travel blog entry by keishaaj11 on Sep 14, 2015

3 photos

... a lot more difficulty drinking it than her family and after about 5 toasts and drinks we were definitely feeling the buzz. We had a full BBQ lamb and some crazy seafood and other delicacies over the 3 hour meal and even though there was a language barrier with the elders ( Nicole and Leo translated the speeches for us ) we had an absolutely amazing ...

Visiting Urumqi

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 12, 2015

3 photos

... as mankind. Unfortunately, we still have not found a foolproof peaceful solution to it. Case in point, is the very setup of the museum, which stresses the rich history of ethnic and cultural diversity in this area. And since the T'ang dynasty all this beautiful multifaceted society falls under the benevolent Chinese sceptre. Yet outside in the city at every important intersection, there are large cages with eight or more soldiers, standing, ...

China's Far West

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 11, 2015

4 photos

... while the conductor lady warns the train will not wait. After some 1000 km through black desert, we approach an oasis city, Hami (after which the Chinese call the cantaloupe melon, because it grows so well here). Something in the mood changes, as officials check tickets and luggage again. We also distinguish quite a few passengers with military features. Twohundred kilometers farther. Oil wells in the desert. The sand looks black like coal dust or even shiny like asphalt. ...