- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be interesting to see how similar museums treat these themes in Xinjiang and Tibet, and what sort of people go there. I will say, in this museum I heard very little Mongolian spoken, and I got the sense that most of the patrons were Han Chinese.
On the fourth floor, there was a fascinating exhibit of artwork depicting the war against Japan in Inner Mongolia. It featured predictably bloody and searing imagery.
... my time in Hohhot. I had researched extensively beforehand on the internet and by asking my Chinese friends, and everyone told me I could easily get a prepaid SIM at any China Mobile store. However, at the first China Mobile I approached, after an hour spent taking numbers, waiting in various lines and trying to understand the clerk's rapid-fire Chinese, I was told that they did not sell prepaid cards and the best I could do was buy a ...
... in town on a road trip. To my delight, she offered to let me join in their late-night reunion at a swanky wine bar downtown. As we raised our glasses for the first toast, I felt like I'd walked into an Airbnb commercial, one of the ones where the traveler finds herself out partying with all of her hostess's friends who instantly make her feel at home.
Ethnic Mongolians only account for about 17% of the population of ...
A day of acclimating to china.
Strange feeling that we finally reached our destination. Our goal was to take our time and visit China. And now, after 6 weeks and 7 countries, we have arrived.
Our Dutch author Bomans once wrote: traveling is a complex way to get home. For us, it may be more appropriate to say: traveling is a complex way to arrive at our destination.
China starts as soon as we leave the room. Negotiations over the deposit. Later we ...
... 000 inhabitants. But for China, this is nothing special. It was dark and raining, so my image was blurred. The outskirts contained identical blocks of highrise apartments. By themselves polished buildings. But the sheer number of identical units make it a little boring for this humble Dutchman. The road was packed and our driver liberally used his horn. Mostly I see regular cars, but in between are some jeepneys, and carrier bikes. The center, where we were dropped, ...