Ruida Business Hotel Lanzhou Yinbin

No.35 Tianshui South Road, Chengguan District, Lanzhou, Gansu, 730000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Chengguan District area of Lanzhou, is near Gansu Provincial Museum, White Pagoda Mountain (Baita), and Five Springs Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanzhou

    Japanese Women Don't Get Wrinkles, French Women Do

    A travel blog entry by minhehehehe on May 17, 2014

    ... CNC accessories process. People guzzle this antioxidant-rich drink all day (rather than the vats of coffee, juice and Diet Coke we prefer in the U.S.). And antioxidants, of course, combat the free radicals (triggered by sun exposure and pollution) that break down collagen in our skin and cause wrinkling and sagging.What the Japanese don’t consume may also play a role in the countless ...

    A Nice Surprise

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Jul 10, 2013

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    ... when we dined at the Lanzhou night food market. Crowds of people merged into a small alley lined with street stalls selling freshly cooked Chinese food in massive portions. As we braved the crowds, we sampled delicious snacks including egg and pork pancake burgers, half steamed/half fried dumplings, hot pot vegies, and squid on a skewer. It was an amazing food market, and yet we were still amazed at the amount of people lined up at a stall, ...

    The Shennong Stream

    A travel blog entry by nzgreenies on Sep 13, 2012

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    Thursday 13th September

    This morning was an early breakfast to assemble at 7.30am for an excursion to the Shennong stream, very clear and blue compared with the Yangtze which was like melted chocolate. First on a ferry boat travelling further upstream; this is possible now because of higher water levels caused by the dam construction. We arrived at a small village where there were many 'peapod' boats ...

    Almost a Domestic Goddess

    A travel blog entry by avenel on Dec 19, 2011

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    I think Nigella should be proud - but probably she wouldn't give a fig. Encouraged by my success with "roast" lamb, I progressed on to a chunk of beef with gravy and a passable Yorkshire pudding in the frying pan. I’ve refined the roasting technique a little by putting halved onions, skin on, in the bottom and placing the plate with meat directly on top of them. The “roast” potatoes I cook first in the microwave, then crisp up in a little oil in the wok while the meat ...

    Xiahe and Labrang Si Monastery

    A travel blog entry by danandcarolann on Jan 30, 2011

    24 photos

    ... in wet concrete. Thank God it’s still daylight so we can see these tiny piles in time. At each bridge we engage in a game of Tibetan chicken with oncoming traffic and do a quick zig zag around the piles at either end of the bridge.

    Even with the new highway, we're barely doing 70 kph. It's not just the donkeys, yaks and construction, 70 is the legal speed limit on a highway that would be 90 kph back home.

    And then it all comes to a screeching ...