Huangshan Huanqiu Hotel

No.1 Saixi Fangcun Road, Tangkou Town, Huangshan District, Huangshan, Anhui, 245800, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Tangkou area area of Huangshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Huangshan

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 21, 2014

    4 photos

    ... that the women of the local communities do for exercise and enjoyment. It's so random but they really get into it. Just down in front of us there are some ladies doing their washing in the river and further down stream there is a man fishing. From here we go to he hotel, pick up our luggage and go to the airport. It's been a great experience and we are very happy that we did it. Next stop Shanghai and we begin our ...

    Hangzhou to Huangshan

    A travel blog entry by lorivic on Sep 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of an old Chinese movie but that instead of being a tourist site not being used they were filled with shops selling everything from food to medicine. I might have got slightly lost on the way to old street so by the time I get there it's already a bit late. I don't spend much time out as I want to save my strength for the next day so I wander a little bit around old street, buy snacks for the next day, have dinner at a little cafe before walking back to the hostel along the ...

    Huangshan and Back

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 09, 2014

    3 comments, 42 photos

    ... work my way across the mountain to the west side and take the gondola down. I had thought the eastern part of the mountain was pretty but it was completely blown away by the west side. The scenery was indescribable. And the stairs cut into the rocks were often breathtaking. I took almost a whole memory card worth of photos (which in case you're wondering is approximately a ****-ton). I made it to the cable car with 2 minutes to spare before it closed for the night. Talk about a close ...

    A Day in The Yellow Mountains

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 05, 2014

    133 photos

    ... the most expensive black tea, which is called Kumeen Tea and sells for over $650 per pound. Interestingly, all of the black teas involve frying and fermenting the leaves, which takes several months to complete the entire process. We learned that lesser quality black tea will have a reddish hue to it when brewed, but that fine quality black tea should have a golden tone to it, and produce a fragrant and slightly sweet aroma. We asked about ...

    Shanghai to Yellow Mountains

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on May 04, 2014

    40 photos

    ... that they seem much larger. It is fun to learn about the significance of all of the various elements of the gardens, including the stones that were imported from over 80 miles away to symbolize a mountain backdrop for many of the beautiful scenic areas here. The 400 year old gingko tree is spectacular, as is the 300+ year old wisteria vine that covers a huge trellis. It is evident that both Japanese and Chinese families took incredible care in planning ...