Super 8 Hohhot Chang Le Gong

Address: No.1 Xiangtai Garden, Northeast from the Crossing of Xinhua Main Street and Dongying North Road, Xincheng District, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, 010050, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the New City area of Hohhot, is near Zhaojun Tomb, Neimenggu Bowuguan (Inner Mongolia Museum), Greater Khingan Range, and Wanbu Huayanjin Pagoda.
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Travel Blogs from Hohhot

Inner Mongolia Provincial Museum

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 15, 2015

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... the whole "Genghis = Chinese" motif, but it's a clever approach to the thorny issue of cultural diversity.

The second major theme is that the CCP and its policies toward the ethnic autonomous zones are the only way that Mongolians' distinct culture and way of life can be protected from the scourge of modernity. Successive systems under the Qing, the northern warlords, and the Kuomintang, and the Japanese were ...

Three days in Hohhot

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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... of Manduhai Park. The third time was the charm - after some of the most challenging communication I've yet attempted, I was able to get the clerk to sell me a prepaid SIM for the standard 100 yuan rate that I had read about online. Finally, I could breathe easily knowing that maps, search engines and email were at my fingertips again.

I was able to hit some interesting sights in the city during my stay. I spent several hours at ...

Leaving Mongolia, Entering China

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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... repeated the same process with our passports and checked our bags. I had been nervous about this part, because I read on various blogs that the Chinese customs officers are especially thorough with foreign baggage and even tend to confiscate Lonely Planet books, which are banned in China because they treat Taiwan as a separate country. In anticipation, I had disguised my Lonely Planet by pasting a magazine cover over it. But the guards did ...

In search of the Silk Path

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 09, 2015

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... rare metals. That must be highly profitable, judging by the size of the museum. We take the bus back (1 yuan, or about 15 cents, regardless of where you get off). Quickly buy some food in the street, pick up our bags, and are in the train to Lan Zhou ten minutes before departure. Here the cabins have no doors, and beds are 3 high. More modern than Russia and Mongolia, but less privacy. Soon we parallel a substantial mountain chain, and th fields on the other side of the ...

Crossing into China

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 08, 2015

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... the toilet, so with brute force I can take my shower, which sprays over everything in the little room. But outside, the family who runs this hotel is eating dinner together. They probably bought this apartment and converted it into a hotel. So commerce and enterpreneurship flourish. And for this true Chinese experience, we pay 80 yuan, some 10 euro or dollar. We even have WiFi, and travelpod still works. A thermobottle of hot water has been delivered. Time for ...