Diaoyutai Hotel

Address: Xinghai North Road, Xingcheng, Liaoning, 125000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Xinghai North Road, Xingcheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Xingcheng

    Huludao Travel Guide

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 03, 2012

    ... descends generally from the northwest to the southeast. Due to the staircase distribution of the landforms, the city can be divided into three geographic regions: low mountain area, hilly area and plain area.
    ♣Climatic Features: Huludao enjoys a temperate continental monsoon climate although it is situated in the coastal area of the Bohai Bay, being that the Bohai Sea is an enclosed ...

    A Relaxing Day At The Beach

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 12, 2011

    35 photos

    ... taken and if my baby was with me, with that amazing bridge as a back drop i don't know if I could have helped my self either! Max and I ended up meeting later in the evening and sat for a delicious meal of fresh seafood and chat before I grabbed a bus back into town to pack and get ready for my next ...

    Another Wonderful Ming Dynasty Walled City

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 11, 2011

    61 photos

    ... springs, discovered during the Tang Dynasty and the town is now marketed as a health destination and is frequented by groups of Chinese Officials on government sponsored 'business’.

    It’s not going to stay peaceful for ...


    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 20, 2009

    ... stop or slow down if there is a large enough mass of humanity crossing at a particular place. Perhaps drivers are not legally required to stop, I don't know. So what is the point of painting them on the roads? Perhaps a statistician has shown how you can quantify the interruption of the traffic and relate it to the number of crossings...

    I left Xincheng two days ago by train, on which "fire vehicle" (huo che) I was, happily, seated. ...

    Xingcheng pt.2

    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 17, 2009


    Something I've probably written about in one of my earlier trips is the symphony of car horns. If you imagine, say, 60 ******et beats per minute, then at rush hour you could say that the horns were syncopated quavers; a few bars' rest merely indicates that there's probably a red traffic light. I suppose the logic of all this is to warn other vehicles of your presence, so it would be ironic if China's roads were more dangerous than those in the UK ...


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