Yunnan Hotel

Address: 83 West Dongfeng Road, Wuhua District, Kunming, Yunnan, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 83 West Dongfeng Road, Wuhua District, Kunming, is near Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, Yúnnán Provincial Museum, and Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park.
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        Travel Blogs from Kunming


        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 24, 2015

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        ... were just people squatting on the ground with a few plastic bowls with mushrooms in, but some of them were changing hands for quite a lot of money. You could also buy honey comb and bee larva and some drowsy bees themselves for a nutritious protein-rich snack.

        Doris took us back to her home and cooked us some of the mushrooms she had bought at the market. She also made us some pu'er tea, which is another local product. It comes in little ...

        Day 2: Meeting the children

        A travel blog entry by suannelee on Sep 14, 2013

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        ... schoolwork and teach English. The team was well-prepared with their program for the children, with games, stories, songs and many many presents. We had a very blessed time with the children and they asked if we were coming back next week! In the afternoon, we visited some families from the local church. Many members of the team were touched by the needs ...

        The Myth of Chinese Food

        A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Mar 13, 2013

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        ... where the menu is sorted by chicken, beef, pork, and tofu and every part offers the exact same sauce for the meats. Here, the chefs really think about which combinations taste best together. There's also a LOT more variety. There's no way of describing it, but in China if you asked someone about "Chinese" food, they would want you to at least narrow your meaning down to the province. In Guangzhou people typically eat a lot of fresh food with mild seasoning. In Hainan, almost every ...

        Shoes and shrines: looking southward from Kunming

        A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 29, 2012

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        ... to exchange for Lao Kip, the next currency on our journey, and a rare currency that is hard to find outside of Laos itself. Some time was spent wrestling with the Chinese banking system before a helpful bank worker used her own state ID card to withdraw Dollars on our behalf. Even from our arrival, our time in Kunming was feeling like a limbo between China and Laos, winding down from the former and preparing for the latter.

        More lake than park, and almost more lily-pad ...

        Weather, Exercise Dancing, XI Shan, Minorities

        A travel blog entry by dashagirl on Aug 26, 2011

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        ... Although it was delicious, it was too little too late and we were cranky. The village was nicely done and much larger than I had imagined. We saw people dressed up in traditional costumes, selling local foods, and sitting around what were supposed to be traditional houses and environments. There were groups from the Dai, Bai, Tibetan, Mongolian, Yi, etc. and all were really interesting. We just didn't have much time before it all shut down and everyone went home. Plus we were hen lei ...