Xia Guan Hotel (Jianshe East Road)

Address: No.20 Jianshe East Road, Dali, Yunnan, 671000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.20 Jianshe East Road, Dali, is near Dali Gucheng - the Old City, The Three Pagodas, Chongsheng Three Pagodas, and Erhai Lake.
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    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... down the mountain to the raging river. It was very bracing, and none of us were brave enough to walk all the way down. Instead, we tucked ourselves up into our quilts and went sound asleep while the wind whistled outside and rattled the roof vents. Oh, it was delicious to be toasty warm and snug in our campers. We have had so much heat and humidity in the past three and a half months, that it’s now a pleasure to shiver.
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    ... 1502;אסט 12; - שין-יו 503;, שין-יו, ושין-ט 505;ו. הדמיו 03; בשמות אינו מקרי - "שין" משמעת 93;תו שמח ותרגו 01; ...

    Saying Goodbye to Dali

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    A travel blog entry by mogandfrog on Apr 28, 2011

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    ... peaks while below us we could see Dali spread out on the shores of Erhai Hu, China’s seventh largest lake. Rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, all native to Yunnan, provided splashes of colour to the deep green forest backdrop. Also in profusion were large numbers of birds, flitting from tree to tree and filling the lush valleys with their voices. At one point we heard a pheasant calling but were unable to spot the bird ...