Yimin Meidian Hotel

Address: No. 37 Xisidao Street, Haila'er District, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, 021000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 37 Xisidao Street, Haila'er District, Hulunbuir.
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        Travel Blogs from Hulunbuir

        Oh what a day! Oh what a night!

        A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 19, 2010

        41 photos

        ... night. This would be far preferable to staying in some kind of Mongolian Disneyland yurt/resort thing. Unfortunately this was also the harsher option (i.e., the one with bugs, no toilets, that requires a lot of wandering around and embarrassment... after all, you are basically dropping in on somebody's everyday life).

        Mr Chui told us to prepare some gifts (two bottles of booze and a box of custard cakes), then we were off. The first yurt we dropped by was bursting at ...

        Horses, Blue Sky, towards Hailaer

        A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 18, 2010

        35 photos

        ... year. And we wanted cheap with a bathroom, to do the laundry that had accumulated over the past few days.

        I spotted a hotel, then hid in the car while Mr Chui bargained over the price and then Jingyi went to check the room. This was to keep the price down, since I tend to attract what Mr Chui calls "Russian prices" every time anybody sees my face. One glimpse of my eyes and nose can double the price of a bottle of water. Mr Chui did a fantastic job whacking the price ...

        Russians, Mongolians, and Bears, Oh my

        A travel blog entry by jonathanray on Jul 08, 2008

        1 comment, 74 photos

        ... gorgeous (or for the Cornell readers, 'gorges'), and I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. We hiked around the woods, made friends with bears, and hiked up the mountain. Seeing miles and miles of scenery at once... awesome Later in the afternoon we went to our lodgings for the evening, a touristy stop resembling a Mongolian village, complete ...

        Trans-Manchurian, day 5

        A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 08, 2006

        2 photos

        ... taken those over the tortuous border process we were forced to endure. The first hour was spent sitting in the cabin, waiting for the typically unsmiling border guard came to stare suspiciously at everyone. He even made me take off my glasses, as if I look completely different with them on. Once that process was complete, we were unceremoniously thrown off the train into the cold. Not quite expecting this to be so sudden, I hadn't had any lunch or even had the chance to ...

        All around is the horizon

        A travel blog entry by yumodo on Jul 20, 2006

        Before I went to Hailar I've never been to a grassland.The sheeps,the cows,the horses,horizon is all Hailar have.Very peaceful at night,when the sunset,the color there is purple-yellow color.and the milk products are very come low,some of them taste good!So when I got back,I must have put on 3kg my ...