Difu Hotel

Address: No.111 Zhenhua Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518031, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.111 Zhenhua Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, is near Happy Kingdom, Splendid China Park, China Folk Culture Village, and Queen Spa.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Day two in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Sep 12, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... the thimble at Dave when he came back from the loo. He then waved the one he had found back at me! After not finding ANY at all in all the places we have been....we then found two independently of each other. Weird.

Lunch was held at a touristy floating restaurant called Jumbo floating restaurant. In my opinion, it was not as good as the vegetarian meal we had eaten the day before in the temple place. Dave ...

We have arrived

A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on Apr 22, 2014

4 photos

... We saw the stars for Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Chow Yun Fat to names just a few (you might have to ask your teachers who they are). The day finished with what I thought was a yummy Chinese meal but turned out to be a Vietnamese meal. I had noodle soup - Mr Waddles went with the fish option. I learned a very valuable lesson when they brought out a little side bowl with my meal which had a range of extras that I could add including whole ...

In Defense of the U.S. Pt. 2

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 22, 2014

... for these standardized tests 4 hours a day? And then you had those weekend classes too? You don't? Oh, that's right--cause American students don't prepare for them. Chinese schools and many Asian ones do just that. They drill, and they drill some more. The reason? Because they want those headlines that say "Chinese schools on top" so we all freak out.

As an American, I recall 1. not ever studying for these standardized tests and 2. them being a huge joke and a ...

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge on Dec 29, 2013

27 photos

A very cool city! It's very easy to get around Hong Kong with buses, trams and the metro. The Trams are quite slow and very old school but work pretty well. Metro trains all air conditioned and really clean and some of the stations are huge with a mix of great shops and restaurants. We got the peak tram to Victoria peak and walked to the sky terrace for fabulous views of the city. Wandering around Central Hong Kong is great fun too, plenty to see and do. We headed ...

Meeting Roseanna Marshall

A travel blog entry by wizzi_woo on Aug 16, 2013

1 photo

... struggle having not got to sleep until 5.30am,
Mastered the MTR (Mass Transit Railway), using a map from a guidebook, in order to get to the airport,
Bought an Octopus card for the MTR, Hong Kong's (more efficient) version of the Oyster card,
Went for dinner with Roseanna at a nice Thai restaurant close to the hostel,
Got us lost on the way back from the Thai restaurant to the hostel,
Managed to avoid all copy watch, copy handbag men and tailors.