Holiday Inn Thousand Island Lake

No.1 Kaifa Road Qiandao Lake Town, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 311700, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Kaifa Road Qiandao Lake Town, Hangzhou.
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    Hangzhou

    A travel blog entry by lmccall on May 12, 2014

    11 photos

    ... The city restricted travel during a two hour period in the afternoon and used a number system to monitor the roads. His license ended with an odd number so he could not bring us back to the hotel until after 6:30. This is so random but just when we were wishing for a way to head back sooner a taxi drove by and we were able to ditch Mr. Bei and use the taxi!
    All in all, we had a good day in Hangzhou and capped it all off with a cold beer and glass of ...

    Hefang Street, Coldstone and the Night Market!

    A travel blog entry by allytiger on Jun 18, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... 4 people to being packed. We were moving so slowly and there were so many people the bus driver even turned on the AC for us! That doesn't happen too often! When we finally arrived at Hefang Street it was pouring outside. I wore my anorak but it turns out it isn't a very good raincoat (read: I looked like I had gone swimming except my hair wasn't wet. Hefang Jie is very similar to Ancient Culture Street in Tianjin. It is supposed to look ancient and has lots of ...

    Tourist Trap Getaway

    A travel blog entry by asia_bound on May 30, 2012

    10 photos

    ... giftshops. The place was crawling with older Asian tourists, mostly wearing matching tour company hats. The next thing we realized was that noone actually swims in the lake, not to mention the fact that even getting down to the lake costs money. Island boat tours, no swimming. Hotel right on the water, no swimming. The lake its self is man made and is advertised as having water clean enough to drink and it must be due ...

    Qiandaohu by portabike.

    A travel blog entry by albarnes on Apr 05, 2012

    57 photos

    ... midnite when we all took off to our respective rooms for some shuteye.

    The next morning they rented bikes again (I brought my own), and we headed to Ray's ancestral village which was about an hours ride up into the nearby hills. Although Ray's town is fairly modern in places, his village was very old and gorgeous. I haven't seen a more beautiful place in all my travels including many ...

    Hangzhou Paradise Park, Last day in Hangzhou :(

    A travel blog entry by jordanpeach on May 09, 2011

    ... the table beside us, and the son, about my age said hello, nice to meet you. We had a nice conversation and they introduced there selves and I did the same, and they wished me a good time in China. Just one example of how friendly the people here are.

    So, we left McDonalds, and headed towards the bus stop to go to the park, or so I thought. They waved down this mini van, and I don't mean a mini van like a caravan, I mean a mini mini ...