Hua Shan Hotel

No.3 Yanan Road, Tunxi District, Huangshan, Anhui, 245000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tunxi District area of Huangshan, is near Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) and Tunxi Ancient Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Huangshan

    Episode 7: Climbing Mt. Huangshan

    A travel blog entry by heididownunder on May 16, 2014

    30 photos

    Me and a group of friends decided to climb Mt. Huangshan which isn't very far away from Nanjing by train. We left on Friday afternoon and came back by night train on Monday morning.

    I don't know if you have heard of this mountain which is also called the "Mountain of Mists" and which inspired many Chinese artists over centuries. The views are supposed to be out of this world, even inspiring the creators of Avatar. That's when there is good ...

    Huangshan and Back

    A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 09, 2014

    3 comments, 42 photos

    ... which gave me a brief bit of time to recuperate. The scenery on the way up was quite pretty. When we arrived at the hostel, Bill set off on another hike while I settled in to rest my weary legs for a bit. We agreed to meet up later at a peak about 40 minutes away from the hostel to catch the sunset. When I arrived there, the number of people gathered to photograph the sunset was unbelievable. Probably a couple hundred. But the clouds got in the way and everyone left. Bill and I had ...

    A Day in The Yellow Mountains

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

    133 photos

    ... respect the elders. This hall used for important meetings and events. Historically, women were only allowed in the hall for weddings or for their casket to be viewed after they died. Surprisingly, the courtyard also used for punishments, including the drowning of women for bad behavior.
    We had a great lunch at the very quaint Pigs Inn in Xidi, all organic pork, fresh fish, spring bamboo shoots and a new dish -water asparagus. Scot and Norman ...

    Shanghai to Yellow Mountains

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

    40 photos

    ... during our tour of the area tomorrow. Ray tells us that during times of conflict in China, people have historically migrated to this area because it is a remote location and is generally not involved in the conflicts.
    This city has produced 26 of China's 200 imperial scholars since the Ming dynasty (based on the results of the countrywide exam process), and is well known for its schools and educational system. Amazingly, over 20 of China’s ...

    CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN

    A travel blog entry by crisanddavid on Apr 17, 2014

    7 comments, 19 photos

    ... view through the clouds, ably led by our intrepid guide Libby.
    Like magic, at about 4.00pm, the clouds parted for a few minutes, allowing us to get a glimpse of the mountains and valleys. Then, just as they had parted, the clouds closed in again. On and off for the next hour ...