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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    Travel Blogs from Suifenhe

    Jingpo Lake And Snow Town

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

    9 photos

    ... allotment belongs to the Changbai Mountain area, and the axial acreage is the valley-basin of Mudanjiang River.

    Climatic Features: Enjoying a abstemious continental cloudburst climate, the city-limits has bright four seasons with an anniversary boilerplate temperature of 4.5C (40F). Its acclimate is air-conditioned and rarely airy in bounce and autumn.

    When to Go: June to September is the best time to Mudanjiang City, not alone for the ...

    Flybys and fishing

    A travel blog entry by threeinatruck on Aug 26, 2011

    8 photos

    ... a spot next to a river. And how cool! Flybys by the Russian Airforce doing manoeuvres! There must be an airbase close to here. We had another really good squiz at the airbase at Horol as we went past it again today – it must have been big in its day, and not long abandoned. Everything is still there, the radar dish, the radio antennae, the control tower, the perimeter road – just a little overgrown. And we also ...

    Rivers and lakes

    A travel blog entry by threeinatruck on Aug 25, 2011

    5 photos

    Yesterday we drove a comfortable distance, coming our closest to the Chinese border, so close in fact that we were picking up more Chinese radio stations than Russian ones.

    We camped at a good hour near Dalnechensk, next to a river. We're getting pretty good at picking these river spots now! In fact, we were so good last night that we found the local swimming spot of choice. There were lots of people who ...

    Mudanjiang and the curious case of the iPhone

    A travel blog entry by gearoids on Aug 15, 2011

    12 photos

    ... He drops us off at the back of the train station. Near enough to our wanderings the previous night, around 100 meters further down from where we asked the locals "Ca bhfuil an bus station?". It boggled us how no one at the train station could inform us of it's location. Right outside the station exit.
    But forget all that. There she was. Our bus. On we jump. A sleeper bus. Full of beds. A unique sight for us. We thought 6 hours? And beds? Chinese are mad. ...

    Taken in

    A travel blog entry by findthemountain on Jul 03, 2011

    7 photos

    Planned to be the last day of riding but it doesn't happen. The description of smooth road by the taxi man doesn’t ring true. I hit a pot hole and the lose drive on the bike. Luckily only the chain has come off. I find the time to take a picture and I’m quite happy with my re fitting and lubing. It doesn’t last for long and the chain is too slack. More unpacking and adjusting the tyre. I stop to ...