Xusheng International Hotel

Address: No.132 Wenhua Street, Suifenhe, Heilongjiang, 157300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.132 Wenhua Street, Suifenhe.
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        Jingpo Lake And Snow Town

        A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jun 13, 2012

        9 photos

        Location: Situated in southeastern Heilongjiang Province, Mudanjiang City-limits is belted on the south by Jilin Province, and neighbors Russia in the East, adjoining to the Sea of Japan. The basic city-limits of Heilongjiang, Harbin is about 358 kilometers (222 miles) northwest of Mudanjiang.

        History: Mudanjiang, aswell alleged Mudan Ula by Manchu, stands for a anfractuous river. In the 2,300 years from the Shang Dynasty (16th-11th aeon BC) to Sui Dynasty ...

        Flybys and fishing

        A travel blog entry by threeinatruck on Aug 26, 2011

        8 photos

        We took it easy this morning, heading back to the village of Kamen Ryibolov to try to get down to the lake for the first time (yes, after all the effort of yesterday, we hadn't even found a way to the shore). We found a way eventually, through a construction site. Yay! The lake was so still, like a millpond. It is so large you can’t see the other side. Lana went for a swim.

        We have only driven a small way ...

        Rivers and lakes

        A travel blog entry by threeinatruck on Aug 25, 2011

        5 photos

        ... spots we saw were next to a hotel and that campsite. It’s quite a surprise, how little the layout of the villages is focused upon the lake, almost as if it wasn’t important. Strongly in contrast to European or Australian villages.

        So after a longer day than we intended, we found a nice little spot by – one guess – a river. We won’t be staying here two nights though. ...

        Mudanjiang and the curious case of the iPhone

        A travel blog entry by gearoids on Aug 15, 2011

        12 photos

        ... two hours to spend in this huge border town, we headed up the road and got a bite to eat. We'd only dropped in for tea but the owner convinced us to try some of his dishes.
        There was a wee shot of Chinese firewater, I saw wee but truth be told the hair of the dog was needed and it was a large one, to be had and we tucked into a beef dish. A few bites later we were sweating and we had to call for a beer to quench the fire in out throats!
        We had an ...

        Taken in

        A travel blog entry by findthemountain on Jul 03, 2011

        7 photos

        ... to 2 bikers going in the same direction and agree to follow them to Vladivostok. The start the ball rolling on finding me a place to stay in Vladivostok and make calls to Misha the head of the Iron Tigers bike club. I’d read that getting to the Iron Tigers was almost the Holy Grail of biking so nice that I’d be able to say hello.

        We have lunch and it’s a picture menu which allows ...