Zhuanjiacun Hotel

Wuling Avenue, Wulingyuan District, Zhangjiajie, Hunan, 427400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Wulingyuan Resort area of Zhangjiajie.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhangjiajie

    3 Gorges Dam

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... but somehow got in translation. The beef dish so full of chilies that we needed to pick them out before we could eat it. Even though we like hot and spicy food, this was over the top. All my years of pea hunting came to the fore, and within a few minutes, most of the chilli had been separated and we could eat the rest of the dish without fear of burning our lips off.

    Following dinner, we headed back to the hotel to get ready for our early morning ...

    Leaving Zhangjiajie

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 11, 2014

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    After leaving our guesthouse we took a bus to another spot in the park where we could walk around. Where we got off the bus, there was a McDonalds. It was a huge McDonalds but wonders never cease, they had no bathrooms. I always thought you could at least rely on McDonalds for good bathrooms but not at this one. As we briefly walked around there wasn't much to see due to the low clouds, likely due to the hot weather and humidity. Of course there ...

    Zhangjiajie National Park

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 10, 2014

    26 photos

    ... was filmed so they even had a few statues of the Avatar characters that you could take a picture of. It was unbelievable how many vendors selling food, drinks, and trinkets could be found. It seemed like every time you finished a section of stairs there was someone there trying to sell you something. The whole experience was a stark difference from Tiger Leaping Gorge that was much more difficult of a trek, but ten times more enjoyable. One of the highlights in the ...

    Tianmenshan (sky door mountain), Zhangjiajie

    A travel blog entry by binoculars on May 07, 2014

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    ... of a window into the Chinese psyche. The whole place is paved and built up with stalls selling food and nik naks along the way. There is constant noise from tour guides speaking into tinny electronic amplifiers and a lot of pushing and shoving to get around. The aim of the game seems to be to get around as fast as possible and take photos of yourself with various backdrops along the way. There was a music soundtrack provided, ...

    Cities, temples and the DegaBar system

    A travel blog entry by griceydoesasia on Sep 27, 2013

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    ... paper between them at this point would have been a challenge. Seeing the driver of the on coming minibus approach you down the mountain at full tilt, around a hairpin bend while on his phone with a fag between his fingers certainly gets the adrenaline going so by the time we had driven part way and then rode a cable car through a pea soup mist for 20 minutes we were ready to walk the hour long trek to the summit. As the fact it was a mountain suggests, it was ...