Yuntel Inn (Kunming Xinying)

No.128 Wenyi Road, Panlong District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650051, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Panlong District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, and Jinsha River.
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Travel Blogs from Kunming

China - here we come

A travel blog entry by travelbugchris on Jan 22, 2014

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... and Carly found it hard to negotiate with the Chinese. All we wanted to do was to get into our Hotel room because it was very cold. 11 degrees.

By the time we settled into our Hotel apartments, it was late afternoon and too late to do anything, so we walked up the street to find an ATM.

Everywhere is brown and ...

Easy Easy Easy

A travel blog entry by peterymlee on Mar 28, 2013

... near the hotel. The cold ice dessert plus some needed rest did the trick. Jenny left for the airport around 6pm, and I decided to laze in the apartment until Sika and Vivi returned from their shopping. Spent the rest of the night chatting about the cultures of the two countries, its similarities and differences; and in the middle a quick dash out for some takeaway McDonald's ...


A travel blog entry by lony77 on Sep 17, 2012

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... and Helen, a lawyer from London. In contrast to the outgoing personalities in our last group, our new travel companions seemed reserved and proper. This was somewhat tempered by WaiYee sharing beers at dinner :-)
We sadly bade farewell to our new friends as they headed off to their respective homelands or onto further travel with promises to keep in touch.

Back to the modern world

A travel blog entry by jen_pat on Jul 04, 2011

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... were not allowed to cross the border that night, only the Chinese people could cross. At the encouragement of our driver we tried to ask if we could pay an extra 'fee' to get across, but it was unsuccessful and left us stranded at the border while our bus continued on to China without us.

The border is a weird no-mans land between Laos and China with casinos as gambling is illegal in China. I think they were expecting it ...

Welcome back China !

A travel blog entry by nalddo on Apr 25, 2011

... and charging10$ entrance-fee (I believe some people pay it). Fortunately, there were almost no tourist, I saw a handful of foreigners; just enough not to feel too lonely.

And then I took the night bus to Kunming, where I would couchsurf with Jesse, an American guy studying Mandarin at the university. It was the place where the image I had of China changed ...