Jinzonglv Hotel

Address: No.93 Xuanwei Avenue, Jinghong, Yunnan, 666100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Jinghong, is near Jingzhen Octagonal Pavilion.
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        Kunming to Xi'an

        A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on May 01, 2015

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        ... the bottom for a short 10 minutes.

        We got to walk up some stairs to be at his hair, ear and head level. We then joined the queue which takes you down some stairs cut out in the mountain face allowing you to see the whole length of the Buddha statue as you make your way to his massive feet. His eye lids are half closed. He is seated with his hands resting on his knees. Everything is just big, enormous, his feet, even his toe nails! He has a sympathetic face and protects the 3 ...

        Yunnan, Garden of China

        A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 13, 2014

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        ... for a good 100 metres since the road is completely blocked by market stalls. You can imagine the interest that this manoeuvre attracts.

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        Tea, tea, and tea.

        A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jul 02, 2013

        ... had no idea where to go, but we wanted to reach the peak of this so called mountain and then descend on the other side, which was supposed to have a lot of villages scattered throughout. We wondered down the road for a bit in an attempt to find a trail which turned out to be unsuccessful. Eventually, I gave in and asked a man where we could go. He basically gave us information we already had, but we thanked him and listened to his instructions to “ascend the mountain on this road ...

        Markets and gardens

        A travel blog entry by jandkross on Nov 25, 2012

        38 photos

        ... but we were more in the mood for relaxing and enjoying being able to sit outside at night again, and so we moved a little way up the street to another bar called Mei Mei café for a few drinks.

        We were to spend Monday in Jinghong. The hotel breakfast did not look very appetising and so we set off to look for another westerner friendly establishment called the Forest Café. There we had coffee, fruit, muesli, eggs and lovely fresh bread and honey. I was ...

        Do you know the way to Jinghong?

        A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jul 07, 2012

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        ... a night (or two) stay enroute. The route is expected to be spectacular but the ride uncomfortable due to road conditions. The owner of the guesthouse we stayed overlooking the rice terrace advised against this due to the risk of landslides on this mountainous route. We were certainly confident that this route did not involve the dreaded sleeper buses.

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