The camp is nicely situated a bit out side of town, in a park like setting. Food was great! There was plenty of hot water for shower; and thongs in the shower to use. The bathroom was clean, but for the number of women, not enough stalls. But, that's a problem most everywhere!
From here, we visited the 108 Stupa Temple (Erdene Zu) which was huge complex, but very photo worthy. It was another place that said "no photos", but people were snapping pix without flash on the inside of the temples and no one said stop. This is active monastery, with monks praying / chanting in one of the buildings. The shopping stalls on the outside were great for souvenirs. The Kharkhorin Museum that is close by was fascinating - history of Mongolia; and artifacts from all ages.More