Huanhai Hotel

Seafood Street, Haibin Road, Xingcheng, Liaoning, 125105, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Seafood Street, Haibin Road, Xingcheng.
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    Huludao Travel Guide

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 03, 2012

    ... to the Yan Kingdom in the Warring States Period (476BC-221BC). It was not until the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) that the government set up the Jinxian County in this region. It was promoted to city status in 1989, and in 1994, Jinxi changed its name to Huludao - the youngest city of Liaoning.
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    A Relaxing Day At The Beach

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... day holiday who was checking out three of the main locations that back in the day held invaders at bay, Xingcheng being one of them.

    As he had seen all that he wanted to see within the walls we decided to head to the beach together and as luck had it, he was travelling by car.

    As Max spent ...

    Another Wonderful Ming Dynasty Walled City

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 11, 2011

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    ... to retain their complete outer walls and boasting an up and coming beach resort, Xingcheng has stayed well off the radar of most travellers and within the walls can also be found the oldest surviving temple in all of northeastern ...


    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 20, 2009

    ... stop or slow down if there is a large enough mass of humanity crossing at a particular place. Perhaps drivers are not legally required to stop, I don't know. So what is the point of painting them on the roads? Perhaps a statistician has shown how you can quantify the interruption of the traffic and relate it to the number of crossings...

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    Xingcheng pt.2

    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 17, 2009


    ... this time it didn't seem to work. I resorted to a combination of desparingly answering "yes" to whatever they were saying, and being dragged over to point at things on other people's tables. What eventually arrived looked like a small botanical garden on a tray, and a large cauldron of water with a few bits in it. I think it was this lack of substance which, in hindsight, explained the troubled and then giggling reactions on the waitresses' faces. I promptly ...

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