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

U like Urumqi?

A travel blog entry by moisesortiz on May 04, 2015

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May 1275: I hate the desert. Central Asia has not proven to be too kind to simple folk like me. I thought the Mongols were gonna be the big blowhard of this journey but looks like that title has been taken by mother nature. Enough venting, the city we’ve stopped at is Urumqi. It’s nowhere near as large as Turpan and also nowhere near as hot. The temperatures here are semi ...

So cold it Yurt!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 23, 2014

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... about archaeologists, who think a twisted bit of ancient metal is to be admired!' also crossed my mind. How wrong was I! The features of the remarkably preserved skeleton and dried flesh of the lady in the glass case, were attractive, but a digitally engineered picture shows that she was Causcasian, tall, with her high cheekbones, high bridged nose and fair hair. Accompanied by a man, ...

Inlandest and Footpath-Drivingest

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 22, 2014

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... slithers back off to its dish, in the process splashing freshly cleaned garments with indelible sauce).
Having managed to see as much as possible on our first day in China, we retired early to our room. We had had quite the introduction to this country- fabulous food, insane traffic/parking, any bread as long as it's cake, loudspeakers aplenty, unabashed noisy and noisome spitting, 'basic' public toilets and high security bus stops.

Heavenly lakes and bustling markets.

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 22, 2014

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... about it, with the smooth water reflecting the surrounding landscape. The average depth of the water being forty metres, with the deepest part 105 metres, causes it to be a deep blue. Buildings in traditional Chinese style dotted the shores of the lake, with pagodas as usual perched on the tops of hills. Back on dry land, we followed one of the wooden boardwalks around the lake, which ...

Heavenly Lake and Urumqi

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Sep 10, 2014

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Most of us got up early so that we could hike around the lake. It was great to watch the sunrise over the mountains hit the snow capped mountains. Being a Chinese attraction, there was a wooden pathway around part of the lake and stone pathway the rest. Not exactly what I would call hiking. Nevertheless, part of the way around, there looked like there was a rock path that went around some of the points. Thus instead of taking the hundreds of stairs up and over ...