Baolongyuan Hotel

No.18 Zheshan West Road, Jinghu District, Wuhu, Anhui, 241000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Jinghu District area of Wuhu.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Baolongyuan Hotel Wuhu

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Travel Blogs from Wuhu

The Necessity of Owning A Cocktail Dress

A travel blog entry by zolayang on Dec 22, 2011

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that tһe busieг and morө dөtailed the pattөrn, the less versatilө thө
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try to use ones creatөd from basic or neutrаl colors, ...

Wo HAI PA !!!

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 26, 2010

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... lunch! The guy who worked there was like, "you are a genius at fishing!" and then lied to me and told me to move to a worse spot because it was "easier." Really, he didn't want me to get so many fish, and I know I saw more fish in the part he made me leave, but then I was vindicated by INSTANTLY catching a fish in the spot he moved me to, HA.

Dinner was amazing hotpot. And then tonight, I played badminton with Yangyang and his parents, and ...

I ate a turtle, and I liked it...

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 25, 2010

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This morning started, of course, with... ok, food. An amazing breakfast. This hotel has a wonderful breakfast buffet that includes tons of Chinese food and a tiny bit of useless Western food which we have no interest in, plus coffee which we do. The most exciting item was the do-it-yourself bean curd!! Add the sesame oil and toppings to your likings. So excite.

Elise and I took a walk around the lake, and then we were off to go on a ...

Ting, bu dong

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 24, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

"Ting, bu dong" means "I hear, but I don't understand," and we say that a lot in China. Actually, I'm saving that one for the next time someone really annoys me in Beijing, teehee, but yes, it's a useful phrase in asking for clarifications.

Anyway, this morning started off early, with Elise and I exploring our neighborhood again, down a different street. We could not resist buying a small sesame green onion pancake, and milk teas. Then it was ...

Gardens, Canals and People's No.1 Silk Factory

A travel blog entry by markl on May 11, 2007

1 comment, 3 photos

... it was worse. Then a short and rather pointless trip on the Grand Canal. The smaller canals are great but try and go as a couple and not on some 30 seat barge. So impressions of Suzhou? Beatiful gardens and charming canals. Don't bother with arts and crafts unless you're passionate. Make time to explore the old city and it is ...