Fusen Hotel

Address: No.72 Yingchun North Street, Meishan, Sichuan, 620010, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.72 Yingchun North Street, Meishan.
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Travel Blogs from Meishan

Crouching Chiel, Hidden Raquel

A travel blog entry by raquel_chiel on Nov 16, 2007

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... cabbage instead. After exhausting the phrasebook and having attracted the attention of the whole bloody village, who have all gathered around our table offering Chinese advice, massages, ear cleaning, or stand there stupidly and laugh, I point at a bucket with some small fish in it. I'll have one of those. 1, for the chef, means 1 kilo, but it's quite tasty and we manage to polish the whole bowl off, accompanied by ...

Giant Buddha

A travel blog entry by dan-helen on Jun 06, 2007

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Another early start to go and see the Giant Buddha in Leshan. The journey seemed to take a long time but we saw a lot of countryside, all of which seemed still to be under smog. China seems to be very clean as there are road sweepers employed everywhere. The giant Buddha is huge and we looked at him from every angle. You start at his head and walk down the rickety stairs to his feet at the river. We saw lots of barriers for crowd control ...

Enjoying Meishan / Introduction Bunun tribe

A travel blog entry by kurtmult on May 23, 2007

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... is swinging and the motorcycle makes dangerous rolling movements like a ship - I hold my breath and it helps - he makes it safely to the other side. The village is quite orderly with some nice houses and only 3 cars - great a car free village. We walk through the village and then down to the river, taking photos of passion fruits and Ai-Yu fruits - in this way I might recognize their trees/bushes in the future. At 8:10 we are back in the hostel, have ...

Hot springs and waterfalls on way to Meishan

A travel blog entry by kurtmult on May 22, 2007

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... break. A man is repairing a pump used to pump water from the stream to his farm for use in the household, the fields and as drinking water. We sit down near a small waterfall. I take out the German bread I carry as my last resort delicacy with me since I bought it in Taipei ( Oma Ursel, Yong Kang Street side lane near Hsin Yi Road ) and some cookies. Just then my bread in a plastic bag slides down the rock and ... splash ... into the stream. It's immediately ...


A travel blog entry by sgaudun on May 21, 2007

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It has never happened to me before but after 5 days in China I received a pleasant shock--an over 50 % reduction in prices in ...