Fei Ying Hotel

Address: No.119 Renmin Avenue, Beiguan District, Anyang, Henan, 455000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.119 Renmin Avenue, Beiguan District, Anyang.
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    Professional Hockey in Korea

    A travel blog entry by poram on Jan 08, 2012

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    ... in my neighborhood! A pleasant respite since almost everything there is to do is in Seoul which is an hour minimum commute for me usually.

    People from a MeetUp.com group came down for the game to an expected small stadium. No matter the size, the players played an exciting action packed game. It was an enjoyable chilling evening.

    Relaxing Lamaist Stupa Style Dagoba Steeple Days

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 17, 2011

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    ... alleyways and tiny family run noodle eateries. The evenings have been spent writing while people watching in the cities very vibrant mall area that after the sun heads elsewhere for another night the place transfers into a night food and clothes market.

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    Yin Ruins & The Worlds Oldest Writing

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 14, 2011

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    ... the 14th century (BCE 1700 - 1100) King Pangeng of the Shang Dynasty established his capital two kilometers north of the modern city on the banks of the Huan River. The city, known as Yin, was the first stable capital in Chinese history and from that point on the dynasty that founded it would also become known as the Yin Dynasty. Lasting for some two hundred ...

    First Day of the Silk Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by clairedonze on Aug 22, 2009

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    ... in the 60's that brought fresh water to hundreds of thousands of people. Its a great source of pride for the Communist Party today. Besides all that, the mountains it is in are incredibly pretty! Which, honestly, is what we were most excited about.

    The next city we went to was Shaolin, which is where Kung Fu was born (supposedly). The little town we stayed in outside of the ...

    Summer Camp 2009

    A travel blog entry by poram on Jul 23, 2009

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    ... tzatziki and Koreanized rice krispie bars. (I was able to get regular marshmallows, but had to use a cocoa flavored Korean version of Rice Krispies. It's very similar, just not as light and crispy.)

    Then the students had me make dbokbokke (one of the many Korean dishes that are too spicy for me), gimbap (kind of like sushi), and a cold noodle soup. The cooking activities are particularly a lot of fun for both me and the students. It's a very ...