Wenquan Hotel

Wulongbei Town, Zhen'an District, Dandong, Liaoning, 118005, China | Motel
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This motel is located on Wulongbei Town, Zhen'an District, Dandong.
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Travel Blogs from Dandong


A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Nov 20, 2013

I'm struggling to articulate my thoughts on North Korea and rather than write a feeble minded review I thought I'd leave a placeholder here The only reason I bother is so that the blogs make chronological sense. I'll edit this into a proper blog at some time. In the meantime read our next blog about the great ...

Why Hello, North Korea

A travel blog entry by jfegler on Jun 24, 2013

58 photos

Hello from Dandong, China! This entry is being written in Dandong, but by the time you read it I will mostly likely be back in Changchun since the internet is sketchy and I don't always have access to a computer and an ethernet cable. Luckily my roommate, Chantell, is super awesome and is letting me use her iPad to at least record my thoughts while on this trip.

We left Changchun at 6am this morning and embarked ...

A Visit to the Border

A travel blog entry by timinharbin on Mar 04, 2013

8 comments, 81 photos

... turning, she did nothing as we came near; she stayed perfectly still. The other was of the man on the hill watching her. He was dressed in North Korean military dress and was wearing a winter cape. He kept his arms crossed under his cape and kept a stern look about him. He also made no eye contact and kept a watch on his village. The village he looked over, our tour guide said, was that of the richest individuals in northern North Korea. ...

Riding the Rails to Dandong

A travel blog entry by lerno3 on Oct 22, 2012

2 comments, 39 photos

... van driver (van from the boardwalk to where we had the boat ride which was at least half an hour out of the city) then took us to a small restaurant where we had carp that we picked out of a live tank and a few other dishes that Christa picked out. On the way back to Dandong, we stopped at a portion of the Great Wall just to take pictures. We also went to the Korean War Museum - where we saw "the other side of the story"! I don't know a lot about the Korean War, but ...

The Great Wall at last

A travel blog entry by pecoffd on Oct 16, 2012

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The most wondrous part of visiting the wall at Dandong was the sheer lack of tourists. There were never more than twenty people along the entire stretch of the wall at a time. There were pockets of time when My student's grandmother and I were the only people in sight.

This stretch of walls is definetly not for the infirm. Whoevere built it really had no sense of ...