Yuexiang Hotel

No.62 Yingbin Avenue, Dujiangyan, Sichuan, 611830, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.62 Yingbin Avenue, Dujiangyan.
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Travel Blogs from Dujiangyan

Bonsai bonus

A travel blog entry by e2010052 on Nov 19, 2013

11 photos

... arched bridges and bonsai trees everywhere, plus the odd temple. This place also seemed steeped in history but there was not many English translations so apart from having references to the Shu, Tang and Ming Dynasties I'm really not too sure what it was all about.

It was getting dark so we headed back to the Tibetan quarter where many monks seemed to be walking home or at least ...

Earthquakes, Pandas, Foreigners, Oh my!

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 19, 2013

126 photos

... live. Initially, only a few people had died and around 200 were injured. We guessed how powerful it was and most guessed low due to that. I dozed off shortly after the conversation, waking up around 10:30. I checked my phone once again; the death toll had risen to 36, and now 800 were injured, at least. The army had been sent in to rescue people and uncover the bodies, and I flipped through pictures of the destruction. Neil read off that it was a 7.0 magnitude earthquake, which blew ...

Night at the Chinese Opera

A travel blog entry by adamz on May 26, 2011

197 photos

... to do the trip so just booked it. Besides that it looks like access to Tibet is going to be closed at least for a little while, starting from the 24th of June. In th end just hope the cost is worth it in the end but I'll have to wait and see (trip is about 3-4 times my previous daily budget in china).

By now half the day was gone and I probably should of checked out and headed out to Emei shan but wasnt quite ready to head out. In the end decided to stay one ...

Breakfast, leaving Enshi and arriving in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by wheresjeff on May 15, 2010

2 comments, 5 photos

... we went after the lecture]—which was very stylish—tablecloths. fancy napkins, and everything.

Derek ordered some dishes, one of which looked like a shrimp rice ball dish but was more like a tofu. It was all very delicious but Xuesong and I had just eaten breakfast and weren't that hungry. Still, it was nice to be with Derek and Lily for a meal before we departed.

We went to the airport. I forgot how close it was to the ...

Bugs, snow and spicy beans

A travel blog entry by iolair on Apr 29, 2009

1 photo

... out, but to no avail. Finally, I went to a newspaper stand and asked a woman standing nearby if she could help me. She looked relieved that I'd asked, no doubt having watched me cry on a street corner for the last 5 minutes, washed her hands, grabbed a tissue, removed the nasty little beast from my eye and low and behold, I could see again. We chatted for a bit and then I was on by way again, slightly more subdued. Chengdu is a nice place with nasty bugs. However, considering ...