Huangshan International Hotel
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Today we set off early to catch our bus from the Shanghai Central Bus Station on our way to Huangshan. Normally we wouldn't take a long bus trip, but our flight had been cancelled earlier.
Believe it or not the trip went remarkably well with our …
It's hard to believe our trip is almost over. In the beginning it almost feels like time stands still but now it is speeding past us. Only a couple days until we board a plane and return to Canada.
But we still have so much to see! We climb out of bed, eat our standard breakfast, and jump in a cab with our guide. Originally, we had free …
Day6: September 14, 2008
Hongcun / Xidi
This morning after eating in the hotel, I was taken to Hongcun and Xidi Villages. I love ancient villages and was worried that since Hongcun and Xido had been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List and has become a very famous destination that it would be painfully touristy and like a theme park. I …
When I arrived in the airport my guide April was already waiting for me and she took me to the car and I was driven to the Huangshan International Hotel. I checked into the hotel after 9:00pm and so the surrounding shops were all closed, so I explored the hotel for a while before sitting down to write this.
Day4: September 12, 2008
Located outside of Huangshan Mountain, Xidi Village is a stunning example of an ancient Chinese village. Since the village was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List, I was afraid it was now touristy and had nothing left to make it feel like a living village. I was happily wrong. Although Xidi Village receives a lot of …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHuangshan International Hotel
All amenities except wifi. Very comfortable, would stay here again.
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