Zhengzhou Cheered Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This was the most beautiful hotel. Wish we could have stayed longer. It was a suite not just a room.
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Weather fine, 18 -29 degrees
Morning was filled with smog again as you can see by the skyscrapers around the museum. One there looked like a space station on top of a building. First up this morning was the Luoyang Eastern Zhou Royal Horse & Chariot Pits. This burial pit is an imperial tomb which is about 2, …
A late change of plan had us on our way to the Shaolin temple a day early. We probably should have left a little earlier as we had nearly 2 hours drive ahead of us. We reached Dengfeng just after 11 and went straight to lunch - hoping the temple would be somewhat quieter during lunchtime. Our plan was wrong. We hit shocking traffic around 5 km away from the temple and took over 2 hours to finish our journey. The ...
... the road was blocked. Luckily the car was narrow enough to go through. At some point the driver took a sharp left and left the paved road for a steep donkey track. It lead to a B road and we emerged on the wrong side. Going against traffic for a few metres untill there was a hole through which we could get on the right track. Phew!! Finally made it to the airport and the driver put his hand to his heart ...
... on the eve of China's most celebrated holiday, National Day. Needless to say China had the last laugh and we ended up booking three different places. Half way through we were interrupted and made a new friend, who wanted to discuss China's politics at length and in detail. This meant we didn't book anywhere till after midnight, not the best considering our early morning. Still another challenge overcome and a new city to explore on the ...
... hostel. She showed us common characters we might need traveling like train (huo che) or ways to order food like vegetable dish (su cai). She also tried to teach us a few Mandarin phrases but it is such a hard language to learn - there are 4 tones for each sound in a word. So saying huo che (train) with the wrong tones on each sound could end up meaning something completely different. The tone of each sound in a ...