Sheng Di Hotel

Address: No.1421 Guangzhou Avenue North, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510507, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Haizhu District area of Guangzhou, is near Shamian Island, Chen Family Temple - Guangdong Folk Art Museum, Nan'ao, and Guangzhou Museum of Art (Guangzhou Bowugan).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sheng Di Hotel Guangzhou

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

9 | Top Five | 8.19.3619

A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 19, 2015

... has by far been one of the most amazing opportunities I have ever been presented with, and each person we met along with route, each fact we learned, and each event we experienced will forever be carved into my mind. If I were to pick my top five that impacted me the most though, the following list illustrates those that stood out from all others:

1. Being served dish after dish of traditional Omani ...

8 | Canton | 8.18.1392

A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 18, 2015

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... about the city and drink up the sights for a while. At the ports, large ships came to and fro, and Chinese junks dotted the horizons with their stern mounted rudders to improve steering such gargantuan boats in the large sea and their water-tight bulkheads designed to keep them afloat during emergencies. Silks, silk textiles, ceramics, and metalwork made their way on and off the land while people scurried back and forth trying to find the best bargain and the most stunning ...

Hump Day!

A travel blog entry by helenandtim on Jan 10, 2015

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... Tim and I are definitely not!) and he installed a VPN on our phones so we “should” be able to receive our mail, IF the Internet is working and that has been hit and miss this week. A VPN "tricks" the Internet into thinking we're living in the US. Another thing I’ve been struggling with a bit is our limited diet. Neither of us like the local Chinese food, and the smells since I’ve been sick seem to be stronger and less appealing. With ...

Sayonara Japan :-(

A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Apr 08, 2014

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... and other goods to the West. It was also a trading post for the Portuguese in the 16th century, and for the British in the 17th century.
Thanks to an insatiable demand for tea in England, the Opium Wars started. Payment for the tea became problematic as China wanted paying in silver. In the early 19th century the British initiated commercial plantations of tea in India & Sri Lanka in an attempt to break the Chinese monopoly on tea. But the growing of opium ...

Badminton with Coworkers

A travel blog entry by djstarr on Jul 10, 2012

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We made a little progress at work today. We are still trying to get approval to move forward with the brochure and start contacting companies but they have been unable to get photos for us. They have not been able to give us photos, but I think we were successful in setting up a time tomorrow for me to go and take pictures of the new products myself. With any luck we will get the pictures taken and finish of the brochure tomorrow. ...