Zhengzhou Cheered Hotel

Address: No.88 West Main Street, Xinmi, Henan, 452370, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.88 West Main Street, Xinmi.
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    Travel Blogs from Xinmi

    Day 5 Layoung to Zhengzhou

    A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 19, 2014

    6 photos

    Today was really good. We started in laoyong which was the Capitol of China during Tang Dynasty. We went to a Carriage Pit museum and Charlie our very very loud and fast talking guide which gets so excited spittle comes out of his mouth kept talking about what we thought was a "cherr.y pit" museum so the whole bus was thinking we were going to eat …

    Cold sweats

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Aug 01, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... trouble. Could not see what he was doing but came back, grabbed a bottle of water and threw some water in. We continued but I was far from relieved! He avoided the highway, with its toll gates for reasons I did not understand. He tried to explain but my chinese is not that good. So backroads it was. Broken up roads, no markings whatsoever, no signs in english, a lot of trucks adding to the danger and at ...

    Going Home

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Jul 31, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... for it in Chinese but I am not sure about the spelling so not typing it. The sign at the entrance says Shaolin Tourist Resort but try not to think of a resort as you know it in the West. This "resort" is a bunch of kungfuschools packed together with some shops and restaurants. Conditions are kinda primitive and very basic. Sometimes no water, no electricity. If you want to train at Shaolin don't think you will stay at ...

    Kung Fu Kathryn

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Dec 03, 2012

    2 comments, 38 photos

    ... temples but this place has all the training grounds for Kung Fu. There were a couple of thousand kids there training. When we arrived they were just leaving the training ground so we thought we had missed them but they were obviously going home for dinner.They were back training by the time were had finished walking up to the Pagoda Forest.
    We didn't go to the Dharma cave as it was about 1 hour round trip and we wanted to see the Kung Fu demonstration. That is ...

    Orange at the bottom

    A travel blog entry by shaolinpowered on Aug 26, 2012

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... and bell and chanting. It was then that my mind went wandering and found myself thinking of the orange uniform we use for training. Why orange? No one else in the tempel wears orange, why?

    It was also the first time since my stay in this Tempel that I felt what one sometimes feel when going to religious places; peace, quiet, stillness, the atmosphere of a religious place. For the first time since I arrived I felt like bowing [to ...