Aloft Haiyang

Address: Powerlong City, Haibin West Road, Haiyang, Shandong, 265100, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Powerlong City, Haibin West Road, Haiyang.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Beach
        • Fitness/Health center


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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Haiyang

        The Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by darcyrayner on Sep 23, 2007

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... started to grow. The car took us higher into the mountain's and dropped us of at the entrance. After paying the 50RMB fee we scattered up the side of the mountain emerged from the forest trees to see the wall up close. Mighty impressive I must say. Standing at 10 meters tall, and 5 meters across, the wall stood in front of me with all its glory. You can really only see small ...

        Teda, Tianjin

        A travel blog entry by darcyrayner on Sep 19, 2007

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... around like ants we made our way to our seats, but not quite in time for kick off, the sound of 60 thousand Chinese screaming as their team entered the ground got us excited for the game ahead. China was playing New Zealand, and the Chinese had the majority of play all night and ran over the Kiwi's 2-0. It was a fantastic atmosphere and being able to go to a home ...

        Last week in Yantai

        A travel blog entry by jlynn2395 on Nov 10, 2006

        10 photos

        My last week in Yantai was actually really nice. I decided to stick around until November 11th so I could tie up any loose ends and also so I see my friends Shenoa and Nate sing at one of the restaurants in Yantai. It was a really great week. I went to Penglai, a city just outside of Yantai, with Amy. The city is famous for its mirages ...

        Horse Rearing Island

        A travel blog entry by jlynn2395 on Oct 22, 2006

        10 photos

        ... a cab to an island... Anyway, Shenoa and I went to this island and the cab driver took us right to the horse riding place, which turned out to be an old race track. When I say old, i mean REALLY old.. as in it looks like it's been at least 10 years since they've raced there. They did have horses, however, and we had a wonderfully exciting trot around the race track. It wasn't exactly the picturesque ...

        Hot pink evening gowns?

        A travel blog entry by jlynn2395 on Oct 19, 2006

        ... to think it just felt nice as it swept along the floor so that was all that mattered. Then I opened my eyes, saw myself in the mirror and everyone commenting on how best to wear my hair, and was met with the realization that I had just become the Chinese students' barbie doll. The show is tonight. I just remembered I can't act, and I stutter and get the tones wrong when I speak Chinese in my room, much less on stage. Pictures and a follow-up entry to ...