Dongqian Lake Hotel

Address: Inside Dongqian Lake Tourism Resort, Yinzhou District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315121, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Yinzhou District area of Ningbo.
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A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Sep 25, 2014

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We were invited out with some of the staff on Tuesday night to Laowi Town to a quiz night which was good fun. We then met Silvie, the CP at Munchner Biergarten, the German bar on Wednesday and the Italian restaurant Thursday evenings.

Ningbo is a lovely city, built on 5 rivers, so was a trading post and from the hotel room you can watch the barges go up and down the river. There are loads of fantastic bars and restaurants and it is now quite trendy.


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 04, 2013

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... sit by myself and cry for 5 hours. My host mother then told me that we were going on a trip to DongQian Lake. I had no idea what that was but was excited that we were finally going somewhere. When we got there, it was a mad house. There were SO many people there to celebrate the holiday. We walked around and I was amazed at how beautiful the scenery was. It was like nothing I’ve ever seen before. We walked a bit further and bought incense for prayer, or xiang as ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 01, 2013

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Today was a great day. It was a MUCH needed great day. I finally had my first full day off from playing English teacher and was able to meet up with Alex and do fun things in our new home. I took the 15 minute bus ride to her house and was feeling confident that I remembered how to walk there from the bus stop. WRONG. When I stepped out of the bus I had absolutely no idea where to go and started freaking out. I was standing on the sidewalk looking around, trying to ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Sep 29, 2013


... China. I can only compare it with the fourth of July in America but bigger and more cultured. I watched performances by traditional Chinese dancers and little kids dancing to American hip- hop music. I wondered if I was the only one who could actually understand the words. After the adorable swagged out kids left the stage I was shocked when I saw a black man from the Caribbean come on. My host parents started tugging at me and pointing to him, indicating that, in China, ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Sep 26, 2013


... there. The family told me that they’d take me to Walmart one day. Being from Brooklyn, I’ve never actually been in a Walmart but hey, why not give it a go in China right? We drove around and stopped at this outdoor café overlooking the water. We drank lemon tea and I felt much better than I had for the past few days. I thought, I could come here during my down time and find stuff to do and find people to talk to. Things were looking up! After going to a bookstore to ...