Blue Peacock Hotel

Address: No.691 Moganshan Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 313200, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Xihu District area of Hangzhou, is near West Lake (Xi Hu), Lingyin Temple, Yue Fei Mausoleum, and Hangzhou Botanical Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Hangzhou


A travel blog entry by jennagatto1 on Nov 24, 2015

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... After my long day I took a hot bath in a bath that fit fifty other men! Everything about Hangzhou is grand and huge, I wish to stay here for as long as possible. My top five of my entire trip would have to be:
1. My arrival in Hangzhou
2.Visiting the Industrial Quarter in Merv
3. Meeting the scholar in Baghdad
4. Seeing the Mogao Caves in Dunhuang
5. Visiting the Great Mosques of the Ummayds in ...

One Last Day

A travel blog entry by salvadoralvizo on Jan 03, 2015

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... to shame) (4 Seasons). Unfortunately, we will not be staying here for long, which is why I can't get to see even more sights here. On the bright side, I tried the You Dong Er, a scrumptious crispy turnip snack(Go To Hz). You would think that turnips back then would have tasted terrible, but it smelled like KFC! Anyway, I have to get back to the ship. We have upgraded the small ship and are sailing on a junk all the way to India!

35 degrees to 1

A travel blog entry by rednosefg on Dec 17, 2013

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... Zealand, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Japan, South Korea, Austria, Indonesia, India, Canada and possibly more that I can't remember. Each person had a really interesting story to tell and came from totally different walk of life, I've met civil engineers, lawyers, bankers, export industry workers, marine biologists, musicians, carers, tour guides, oil and gas workers, NGO workers, policemen, retired people, other teachers, ...


A travel blog entry by chinaspree on Jun 16, 2012

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... is the best renowned in the world. At the bottom of the mountain there is a Hugong Temple, in front of which have 18 imperial tea trees. The 18 imperial tea trees are the most famous attraction in the Dragon Well Village.

Dragon Well Tea is named after a well in the village where according to a legend that a dragon dwelled and ensured that it rained. The well is still there. The area surrounding the well ...


A travel blog entry by laws on Mar 18, 2011

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... was very nice to go walking around.
When the lake became boring we started a new game of Split Pant Stalking! Split pants are what the mother dress there little toddlers in instead of wearing nappies. Quite revolting really so when the child feels the urge for a bathroom stop all they need to do is squat and do all right there on the pavement or wherever they are!!