Mingtang Hot Spring Resort

No.45 Yijin North Road, Economic-technological Development Area, Bazhou, Hebei, 065700, China | Resort
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This resort is located on No.45 Yijin North Road, Economic-technological Development Area, Bazhou.
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    Come together... right now.... Concert No. 5

    A travel blog entry by ardenmusictours on Apr 17, 2014

    3 photos

    Interestingly, as previously mentioned, the students in our audience were very keen to come to our concert when it was going to be in the Workers Theatre. We have since discovered that whilst keen, their teachers and Principal were very nervous about venturing out of the school grounds due to the issue of safety for Chinese students in a communist country. It seems that China is quite westernised in many ways, ...

    God knows where!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Sep 19, 2012

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... but I just can't seem to stop them. I've had us coming off the tracks several times and always at that Inopportune moment when we're crossing a 50 meter high gorge in the middle of rural china, (is this even possible?) other trains seem to fly by in the opposite direction at alarming speeds and more often than not, with their horn blaring... Just in case you weren't freaked out enough!! Adam has been great, keeping me company and keeping me ...

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    A travel blog entry by milhouse4588 on Jul 04, 2009


    ... meeting time at the top of the stairs; the bad news were that my lungs decided to decrease capacity three-fold. I could only take quick breaths and couldn't speak on the way up. The only motivation I had was being able to say I climbed this Staircase to "Heaven's Gate" (ironic because it was leading up and up...yet I felt like I was climbing down into Hell), and that the legend of the mountain says that if you do climb the stairs all the way to the top, you'll live to be ...

    The adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by shazmay on Apr 07, 2009

    10 photos

    ... are narrow lanes/alley-ways native to Beijing that have lots of small traditional cafes and shops yet communities still live there. On our 2nd day Lucy arranged a local guide to bring us to Tianamen square which is a large plaza that contains Maos Mausoleum and has become more famous lately for mass gatherings mostly to protest against various things the most famous being the 1989 protests and subsequent massacres. We also ...

    Get your cave on!!!...in Datong!!

    A travel blog entry by therunningdog on Oct 25, 2006

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Today I was in Datong!!! DaTONG DaTONG DaTONG!!! I went to see some buddhist caves that were really cool. They were from ~500 AD, and they are pretty well preserved and interesting enough for a half day tour. If you remember my travelpod entry from Dunhuang last summer, which I am sure you do, they are quite similar to the Mogao caves there. They were constructed during the famous Northern Wei dynasty ...