Jinhua Internaional Hotel
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... the lake for a while then go to the Yuantong temple. On the way there, we see a DVD shop and mum buys at least 10 movies, most of them still in cinemas. We ask to see the quality, and it is amazingly very good, with choices of subtitles in Chinese or
English. All of that for a very small price. Thinking about it now, I regret not buying 'The Hobbit' :DThe Yuantong temple is very beautiful and peaceful, just the way I like it.Then, sick of chinese food, we eat ...
... time, we were just terrible parents for taking him on a train with air conditioning! Admittedly we did have top bunk tickets (no others left) that weren't ideal but nobody seemed concerned enough to actually offer up their bottom bunk - not very reminiscent of the China I knew and loved.
The carriage was full of the loud harsh voices of an over excited tour group, gamblers and vendors. In the old days ...
... median strips and roadsides. Our hotel added to this silver lining, being in a great location and quite flashy!!
After drpping off our bags we headed to Lijuan's Mekong Cafe to be met by her husband, Greg and son, Kai and have some lunch. We lingered in the peaceful yet chic surroundings for some time before pulling ourselves away to do a spot of shopping...where no-one spoke any English!! The streets were lined with trendy clothing stores where Wendy was able ...
... day before had shown us the best bits and, whilst we had a clear day, it was best to get some stuff done … although Donna is easily distracted when someone wants to talk, so not quite as much was achieved as could have been but never mind.
That night we went out with a group of friends for something to eat and returned to the hostel for a couple of quick ones before going to bed, since we had an early start the next day for our bus ride to Yuanyang. ...
... up the one of the mountains to the Dragon Gate, which was carved directly into the cliff-side by a Taoist monk in the 18th century.
After several days in Kunming meeting other travelers and soaking up the relaxed atmosphere I headed south to the rice terraces of Yuanyang. I was fortunate enough to visit here during an exceptionally clear day. The sunrise view over the flooded terraces was simply breathtaking and that ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinhua Internaional Hotel Kunming
it is a room and not much more than that. It has a safe and fridge. Beyond that the desk isn't super helpful. Agoda.com says it has a pool/spa - that is not true. Massage services are next door.
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