Liyang Holiday Hotel

Address: No.99 Luowan Road, Liyang, Jiangsu, 213300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.99 Luowan Road, Liyang.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Liyang

Tea, Tea, Tea!

A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 08, 2013

73 photos

... so it is fresh for enjoyment at home. Traditional Chinese tea ceremonies are very different from what know in Canada. It seems a lot of what we replicate is of British tea origin (with a tea bag and tea set). In China, they have tea trays with many tiny cups for filling and different servers for each step in the pouring process. It is about getting the most out of your tea and sharing it with others. Water is constantly being boiled for ...

Good bye Shanghai

A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 07, 2013

1 comment, 45 photos

... 18, but there is no law for it, so people generally do as they please. A local said that his son (just a boy) gets a tiny bit of beer each night before bed. Sofia, a local artist who recently joined our tour, said that some people just give their babies a bottle full of it. I thought this was pretty funny.

On our way to Yixing we stopped in Jiangsu, a "small" village of about 200 000 people! A totally ...

Yixing caves

A travel blog entry by cptjack on Sep 18, 2011

1 comment, 25 photos

... temple and I took some pictures. After we came down from the temple we went on a raft ride. It was like a very bad Kennywood logjammer. The rafts were too small for the channel, so we would get stuck and we had to paddle on many parts of the ride. I was in one boat with a student and the three other students were in another boat. At one of the widest points on ...

Off to Beijing

A travel blog entry by cptjack on Sep 09, 2011

10 photos

... I was asked to be photographed by at least 7 different people.

In the late afternoon I took the subway to the train station where I was to meet my travel companion. The subway in Nanjing and Beijing is soooo much nicer than New York. More modern, easier to use, cleaner, safer, and a smoother ride. And on top of that, it only cost about 40 cents to ride it. While I was waiting - I walked around a ...

Welcome Dinner

A travel blog entry by cptjack on Sep 08, 2011

1 comment

... so we had to carry him to the car and then into the hotel. Once we got the hotel and he was in bed he threw up all over the place. Only problem is that he stumbled into the wrong bed and puked in another colleague's room. And don't forget - I still had to pack for my Beijing trip early in the morning and move to another room. Some how I managed to pack and get some sleep before I rushed in the morning to catch my bus to Nanjing.
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