Xingyuan Hotel

Address: No.88 Wenhua Street, Yuanzhou District, Guyuan, Ningxia, 756000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.88 Wenhua Street, Yuanzhou District, Guyuan.
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    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 18, 2015

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    ... Had a look at the news and powered ahead on the blog.

    Heading down, saw Petulant in someone's room drinking. Jason was cracking walnuts so tried my luck at it. He was wearing a new shirt that he said cost him 500Y; yikes! Suggested later it was won in a contest and second prize was two shirts. The dark blue was fine but the colourful pastels buttons were an eyesore.

    This was the best meal of the trip. Every dish was very good to great. Drew ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 17, 2015

    2 photos

    ... who both had been to a barber shop. I decided it would fill in some time. Dunno if it was the same one but hand gestures did the trick [10Y]. The clippers she used started off on the floor: welcome to China. Of course I did not understand her re payment. I pulled out a 10Y note and she said something which I took to be more but it was just 10Y.

    Back to while awhile the last hour before dinner, doing a bit of actual judging work. ...

    Kongtong Mountain

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 29, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... tiles with a million stairs. As you walked, each sign even told you how many metres to the next temple. We were told the Bridge to Heaven was the best area to go to. A bunch of us headed that way first, stopping at all the temples along the way. Unfortunately when we got to the path that lead to the bridge, it was closed as they were working on the path. Thus we headed up to the mountain summit. The views from here were quite good but I really have seen enough temples for ...

    On the Road Again!

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... know who will be occupying all of them. I know people from the countryside are moving into cities but if you saw the amount of these buildings going up, it's almost hard to comprehend who they going to get to live in them, even with China's massive population. The difference with this city however, is that there seemed to be streets with many lanes but little traffic on them. We had no problems crossing the street from our hotel to the supermarket ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Aug 05, 2010

    11 photos

    "An ordinary layman with a family cannot be expected to devote his whole life to the service of others, whereas a monk, who has no family responsibilities or any other worldly ties, is in a position to devote his whole life 'for the good of the many, for the happiness of the many." - Walpola Rahula, describing Buddhism

    Before leaving the Taoist mountain, I bought a bright red Taoist bandana. A lot of people were tying them around ...