Guo An Hotel

Address: Dongxin Fifth Road, Sanming, Fujian, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Dongxin Fifth Road, Sanming.
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        Travel Blogs from Sanming

        From one golden arch to another...

        A travel blog entry by meetmeinbeijing on Feb 10, 2013

        2 comments, 33 photos

        ... about food. But on Friday morning one thought alone was in my mind: get to Walmart. It was a worthy quest, sure to reap delicious rewards! But it did mean getting myself to Sanming.

        This was achieved via pick-up truck to bus station, then a bus ride to Sanming. I was with a group of lovely people, who have done their utmost to take care of/put up with me. The hotel was a heaven. After nearly a week of cold rooms, cold showers and no ...

        Taining town.

        A travel blog entry by kirstinstrathie on Apr 07, 2012

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... and they kill and cut them up in front of you. The blood dribbles down onto and along the road.
        The steamed buns are really really yummy and they cost 10p each. You get meat ones, and vegetable ones, and you can also buy really good flat breads and pastries. It's all so cheap and so good.

        We all had a go on the bumper cars in the town square, they were hilarious. We go out to eat a lot because the food at school isn't great, and we usually ...

        PENGYAN – 30th April 2011

        A travel blog entry by retiredandcrazy on Apr 30, 2011

        ... this will change”! What did she mean I wonder? Will the bad drivers be subject to “criticism” and put to death just as in the days of the Cultural Revolution?
        This morning we reluctantly said goodbye to Xi-an to take the 7 hour drive to Pengyang. Our Guide whiled away the time by telling us more about the Cultural Revolution. It lasted from 1966 to 1978 and was Chairman Mau’s dream of handing power over to the ...

        I climbed a mountain!!

        A travel blog entry by nickmoore on Dec 16, 2009

        53 photos

        ... whilst they harvest the bamboo then it is left to suffer the winter alone til the following season. We then took a breather for about 20mins waiting for the one person who had been going on about how she had been doing lots of trekking over the last few months and was really excited (not the last time we were waiting for her!) she finally made it and we left the track behind to go and attempt some man made steps, which were rough stones and pretty steep. we had ...

        Happy Birthday Candy N the Aussie Village BikeRide

        A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jun 02, 2007

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... Duck Flockers and got the flock out of there. Our next stop was the unmaintained Temple that marks the half way point in the ride. There are pictures of this entire journey and temple in my blog entry named 'My Afternoon Village and Temple Bike Ride'. From viewing photos on one of the temple walls this temple really was a grand place once, sadly now it has fallen from grace. It is still used by the local villages ...