Rong Qiao Hotel

Address: No.1 Yuanhong Road, Fuqing, Fujian, 350300, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Fuqing.
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    Travel Blogs from Fuqing

    Sunday Funday!!

    A travel blog entry by julegig on Jul 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the "doctor"....so I went along and in China you keep your clothes on for massage....so I had "magic hands" the assistance give me an hour back massage and it cost 70 Yuan...so that equates to $11.67 for an hour massage...but on July 3 I paid $70 for a one hour massage at Tranquility Spa. I could have gotten 6 massages in China for what I paid for 1 massage in Brockton

    Last night, we went to a restaurant and one bottled beer ...

    Just an Eureka!!

    A travel blog entry by julegig on Jul 10, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... won ton fish soup, rice, a tapioca pudding thing,.....I stuck with very little but did have instant coffee which was really good...I am not going to gain weight eating this food for sure. A new girl named Amy I met today from Maryland was traveling in other parts of China and sad she had Donkey Stew up north....(so that turned my stomach a bit). The next adventure was going to SAM's Club in China...it was very modern ...

    On the Train

    A travel blog entry by annie_calvin on May 06, 2015

    2 photos

    ... looked more shabby and worn-out. There were many more train attendants here on "Harmony". One in each car is to be responsible for monitoring the gate and checking tickets and seats. There was one going through all cars selling beverage, boxed lunch, fruits and ice cream, and snacks. There still another one sweeping the floor a few times during our six-hour ride. Instead, in Japanese bullet train, attendants were hardly seen, except those flashing lay walking by. ...

    Encountering Chinese Characteristics 遭遇中国特色

    A travel blog entry by annie_calvin on May 05, 2015

    ... Deng Xiaoping was to use the term “Chinese characteristics” to define, defense, and promote whatever reality the Party stood for. Deng instructed his comrades to 韬光养晦, ; 不出头,in the days after crushing down Student Democracy outcry in Tiananmen Square. The hardlined CPC kept low profile and turned into a recessive and internal one. “中国特色 ...

    The Last Day of Fuzhou

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 18, 2014

    5 comments, 17 photos

    ... that has never been a show stopper!
    Just back from one last walk in the park with Andi, Evan and Jeninifer. It was just perfect...all the lights and singing...and not too hot...I really feel that we dodged a bullet with the weather. The band was playing and the 'conductor' leading the singing. He has a great voice! The production of setting it up was amazing. Remember it's outside...big screen with the Chinese words, fans to keep people cool, a pretty big ...