Fu Zhou Hotel

Address: No.21 Fuhua Road, Xi District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528400, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No.21 Fuhua Road, Xi District, Zhongshan.
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Travel Blogs from Zhongshan

Not long until launch

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 20, 2015

We have less than 24 hours, and we will be on our way to Singapore.

Staying at the Singapore Sports School has given us a lot of options to build an itinerary that is jam packed busy.

Ms Camulli, Mrs Brockbank and I look forward to updating everyone about our adventures, but we will be leaving it to the students to post updates as well as pictures.

Mr ...

China - Macau

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 29, 2014

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... use of our time. We departed at about 9.00 because we wanted to have breakfast outside. We walked towards the Macau Fisherman´s Wharf where we were hoping to find a café offering a typical Western breakfast. When we got there it was completely empty and all stores, restaurants and coffee shops were still closed. We didn´t realize than in such “casino” cities most of the sites usually opens late in the afternoon and closes not earlier than at 2.00 in the ...

Attraction2-Ruins of St. Paul's(Thomas)

A travel blog entry by linhong_emperor on Mar 08, 2014

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... 1603. However, in 1835, it was destroyed by a third fire. After 1837, the remains of this church were used as cemetery until 1854. We can easily see that St Paul's has went through many 'ups and downs', but it is so fortunate that it can be saved so well until now. Standing in front of this outstanding building, we took a photo as the good memory of ourselves.


A smile is the secret language

A travel blog entry by itbe_annemarie on Sep 14, 2013

... you recognize, usually you jump across a bridge to find out who was talking cause you just want to have a conversation that isn't cave man talk. 'me, water, please.' So I was very thrown back when I found someone in the bread mart that I could carry on a decent conversation with. He gave me his qq number so out group could hit him up for a tour with dinner sometime.
We meet such nice people here in Zhongshan. Like the other ...

Macau by way of Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 30, 2013

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... to the ferry port to take the one-hour ride on the turbojet to Macau. Our guide passed out the ferry tickets and advised us to be sure to enter with the person we wanted to sit with as they gave seat assignments on the spot. Phil and I found our way to our seats which were a window and aisle seat together. Seemed good at first, but the view from the window was difficult. This is mainly meant to be transportation, not a tourist attraction.