Haiwaihai Xixi Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Haiwaihai Xixi Hotel Hangzhou
Travel Blogs from Hangzhou
... to come out and for the first time ever were nearly together. Outside we were met by our new guide, Jack, a diminutive Chinese guy with jam-jar glasses but very good english and a cheeky sense of humour to match. Looking no more than 18, he is in fact 27, married and with a baby on the way. The car, another Buick which seem to be everywhere here, was newer than the others and we were told later that the driver has a very rich wife. The drive to the hotel took about an ...
... took a boat ride and the guy paddled the boat really fast. I have a picture to show.
We walk a lot and take the subway. There are many people in China and a lot of buildings.
We are going to Beijing to see the Great Wall of China tomorrow.
Super Sam and Matthew
... with its architecture and man made canals lining the streets. Some very interesting dining potential here.
Last night we walked to a very large and quite park on the edge of the lake. It is the most beautiful park I have ever seen. Lit paths lead in all directions around and over ponds and rivers so that the thousands of people can find their respective peace. individualized tai chi instruction in the dark was surreal.
... spinning tops, a temple and the start of not one track but hundreds through the hills. Signs were encouraging people to get exercise and loose a few kilos.
I headed off with no idea where the paths went. Came across temples, pagodas on viewing spots, Caves, tea houses and at times views over the lake.
It was wandering these path I came across a group of friendly youth who came up ...
... but are now out numbered by the many upmarket coffee houses with free Wi-Fi. It was around 30C and humid. One has to love hot tropic climates, it like being in a inside out sauna where it is hot and humid out with rain like water on coals and one needs get into a small room to get cool. Besides water, my "go to" drink in hot climates has always been the ubiquitous Coke Cola, but recently finding out I am Diabetic I have switched to the many flavours of iced tea, ...