Dongsheng Hotel (Shigang Road)

No.18 Shigang Road, Gongye Avenue Middle, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510200, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Haizhu District area of Guangzhou, is near Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

Final Steps With The U.S. Consulate!!!!

A travel blog entry by liupierces on Jan 14, 2014

6 comments, 6 photos

... to handle this ourselves. We got in the cab with a note that our guide had given us about where we wanted to go. About half way there, Jim turned to me and said, "I wonder where we are headed and if the cab driver is taking us in a direct route." About 10 minutes later, we pulled up to a small store front that had "Electronics Market" written in English on the outside. I thought this was a strange looking and quite small place to be called ...

Vegas in the Pearl River and Latin Heritage

A travel blog entry by on Jan 01, 2013

8 photos

... s still frequented by people offering incense and prayer.

The neighborhoods suffer from centuries of neglect and mindless alterations to the original architecture, however the main religious and civic institutions were well maintained. Macau's identity of a unique hybrid of Macanese (people in Macau of mixed Portuguese descent) and Cantonese culture is reflected by a growing art movement focusing on Chinese-Latin hybrid cultural ideas.

The parents!

A travel blog entry by momto2 on Apr 20, 2012

... Logan final words of advice that I, even understanding virtually no Chinese, easily recognized as "You behave yourself. Do as you are told. Remember who you are" -- the parting words of mothers the world over. No hugs. No kisses. I didn't ever hear either of them say "wo ai ni." She didn't stand next to them while waiting for the car. I didn't see any parting words to her father. It's a different culture. A different way of relating. And now I need to figure out a way for ...

I do not gamble for life

A travel blog entry by claudiabr88 on Dec 14, 2011

14 photos

... quite the characters after a couple of bottles of wine and whiskey.

9. Gambling is not good...after a few drinks we decided to try our luck at the casino...we didn't even last 30 minutes...Slot machines are evil...

I'll leave the rest to the pics, I need to pick up my narration skills instead of talking in points, but it makes it way easier, does it not?

Love you all,



One day in Macau

A travel blog entry by emmasadventure on Nov 01, 2011

8 photos

... e,t,c

We then went to have some lunch ,I was in a bad mood because a lady slapped my shoulder when I walked passed , back near the saint Paul cathedral we had bubble tea , ( this would be the first time we would have bubble tea in Hongkong. The bubble tea cost $12HK

Bec and ...