Changrun Hotel

Address: No.1 Changrun North Road, Dongchangfu District, Liaocheng, Shandong, 252000, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on No.1 Changrun North Road, Dongchangfu District, Liaocheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Liaocheng

    Mount Tai Shan

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Jan 31, 2015

    1 comment, 87 photos

    ... in the pool and we were on our way to the train station by 2. We had no trouble getting our tickets for the train, and we didn't wait long either. Thankfully it was assigned seating and we did have seats (not everyone does). This train was the "fast" train and Darryl mentioned that more and more often there were more people on it resembling the slower train that I had taken from Harbin to Yabuli. The trip would be 5 and a half hours, and I had brought marking with me. ...

    Tai An

    A travel blog entry by taty.anna.5 on May 31, 2014

    ... experience of Mt. Tai. We started with a crazy, wild bus ride to some point up the mountain at which we started a trek up a decent amount of stairs. About 30 minutes later, we arrived at the cable car station a.k.a. the holy savior (lol). After less than ten minutes, and while overlooking a majestic range of mountain we arrived at the "top". Oh, but no! There was still another set of stairs and another trek to conquer in order to reach the ...

    Grand Canal Tour in China 11 – Liaocheng Tou

    A travel blog entry by adam-yu on Sep 11, 2011

    23 photos

    Grand Canal Tour in China 11 – Liaocheng Tour - Day 15 (11 Sep, 2011)

    On the morning of 11Sep, we left Jining for Liaocheng city which is located to the north of Yellow River – the 2nd Largest River and also the Mother River in China.

    We crossed the Yellow River on the express way. Then turned back to the bank of Yellow River to have a close view on this famous river. It took around 20 km to come back to the bank of Yellow River. ...

    If i wanted rain and wind I would've asked for it

    A travel blog entry by marktjhung on Apr 03, 2006

    5 photos

    Ok. First things first. Has anyone else noticed that portion on the front page of my travelblog that says "accepting donations"? Well, at present, it says "No". That's not true. And once I work out how to change it, it will say "yes". You see, today I climbed TaiShan, the most culturally significant mountain China. A reasonable straightforward climb for a mountain it must be ...

    Protecting Circumstance Begins With Me

    A travel blog entry by waynekreger on Mar 08, 2006

    ... the army chasing her, while her sidekicks did backflips all over the place. They're the ultimate paradox. We caught a train down to Tai'an at the foot of Tai Shan, the most important holy mountain in China and the most climbed mountain in the world. We started early yesterday morning and reached the top after about four hours. The climb was easy at first but intensified in the last 500 metres (the peak is 1545 metres above sea level). Part way up we met a very friendly and ...