Yunnan University Guesthouse

Address: No. 2, Cuihu North Road, Kunming, Yunnan, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No. 2, Cuihu North Road, Kunming, is near Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, Yúnnán Provincial Museum, and Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park.
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        Kunming

        A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 24, 2015

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        ... a teashop. There we tried some differernt pu'er tea, another 18 or so cups. Then we drank about 20 cups of red tea. At some point I realised that if we kept emptying the cups, Jenny would keep refilling them. Paul kept drinking what he was given and had soon exceeded his average yearly tea quota by several pints.

        Today we visited the Yuantong temple in town. It is a very beautiful and colourful Buddhist temple with a pool in the middle, with a ...

        Complete chaos

        A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Sep 08, 2013

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        Interesting it is. What a place. Driving would be great fun to learn. It seems to work with no rules. Apparently things have improved with the recent improved usage of indicators. Still, pedestrian crossings are just painted lines, and are given as much respect by drivers and pedestrians. Some even have a green light for pedestrians. But nobody seems to pay it much attention. It ...

        The Myth of Chinese Food

        A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Mar 13, 2013

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        ... Kunming, one day I went to a Dai ethnic restaurant, where the food was so spicy that my tongue felt a cold sensation (that feeling you get when the shower water is so hot it feels cold). Another day I ate Mongol ethnic food which put Italy's garlic use to shame.
        That Mongol restaurant, which served me fried water snake and fried grasshoppers, reminded me to talk about foods that seemed strange to me, since I've eaten a lot of them already. Besides the two previously mentioned, the ...

        Shoes and shrines: looking southward from Kunming

        A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 29, 2012

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        ... array of stallholders peddled expensive snacks along the few sections of walkway broad enough for more than two people to pass one another.

        The notable lack of tourists in Kunming was a pleasant surprise after the tourist-dominated Dali and Lijiang, and even in the city's principal Buddhist temple, Yuantong Temple, we found ourselves to be the only foreigners. Once we had circumnavigated the large building site at the front of the temple, a serene image presented itself to ...

        Onwards to Kunming

        A travel blog entry by littleboylost51 on Jul 23, 2011

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        ... out the various items of interest including many rock formations resembling people, animals or objects. The largest cave is named the Crystal Palace and occasionally concerts are held in there. They must be quite spectacular. We were also treated to a bit of a laser light show.


        After our visit we stopped off at a factory dealing with South Sea China Pearls. Again there was the obligatory shop but we had a quick wander round and ...

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