Yaoyuan Hotel

Address: 134 Guyou Alley, Nanmen Street, Old City, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Gucheng District area of Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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Travel Blogs from Lijiang

Tiger Leaping Gorgeousness

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Nov 22, 2014

9 photos

... typical.). However, from the top we were rewarded with stunning views of the snow capped mountains and the gorge below. From then on we happily followed the generally flat path, enjoying the waterfalls which flowed over it and the odd rickety bridge, and reached our guest house in the middle of the mountain with great views over the gorge in plenty of time for dinner. I think we ordered half the menu. Exhausted, we were asleep well before 9 pm.


The next morning ...

Return to the city

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 27, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

A lazy and relaxed start to the day saw us having breakfast on the terrace: pancakes with honey and walnuts! The main reason we ate outside was that there was a very loud Australian in the dining room who, in the space of ten minutes yesterday evening, managed to insult each of us and Sean with his crass and naff remarks, so we were avoiding him. But, as a consequence, it was so nice to eat outside. It felt so calm and peaceful. This morning we walked down to the gorge via a path from ...

Off road - Chinese style

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 25, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... and easily. We travelled off the superhighway today and the first part of the uphill journey was on very rough road, although it soon improved again. The hillsides are covered with fantastic terracing for rice and tea plants and family tombs, all offering stunning views. As we drove along there were several stone mason producing these tombs. Lunch was at a roadside restaurant in ...

Travel to Shangri-La

A travel blog entry by aimeefinley on Jun 18, 2013

... smooth. Tom was in a group that finally got it going for one revolution amidst joyous cheering. Sorry, you won't see the video because of operator error by the camerawoman. We feasted on things on sticks (meat, potatoes, wild mushrooms) at stalls in the main square and I had yak yogurt. Delicious! At 7, the square turns into a dance floor for compulsory traditional dancing. All the Chinese tourists join in. Everyone knows the choreography. It's something to see, all ...

Xiaosan the Coward

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Feb 08, 2013

22 photos

... help the horses. But Xiaosan would say "hell, neighhhh" and just go around them and fall to his knees. He'd watch the horses in front of him successfully climb the stairs, then go around and take the guide's trail, which had no stairs and was bordering the cliff side sometimes. Not all the time though, to his credit. He did take some stairs when they weren't needed. He was truly the outlier and rebel in the pack. I could just hear his anti-establishment thinking. As ...