Hui Quan Hotel

Address: No.33 Qingnian Road, Zhifu District, Yantai, Shandong, 264001, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Zhigang District area of Yantai.
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    Travel Blogs from Yantai

    Water Park, Costumes, and Chaos

    A travel blog entry by bittyboobangg on Jul 16, 2014

    9 photos

    ... we had a waterpark in one of the empty parking lots. As soon as we got outside and the rules were explained the skies opened up and it began to pour!! Both of the girls freaked out so we quickly ran back inside. Neither of them wanted to go out in the rain so we stayed in the hallway and watched all of the kids going down the big blow up slide. And have a water balloon fight which turned into buckets of water being poured on each other. Luckily for us the ...

    Grapes are Not Just for Wine Making

    A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Sep 08, 2012

    30 photos

    ... but in the distant you could see the sad remains of a mountain harvested for its rock; thus why they call this “northern China’s quarry”. Much of the base of several mountains were stripped of the beautiful white rock to be sold as building material, base material, and sidewalk or patio blocks. Many of the Chinese were unhappy that the government did not protect the landscape more.

    On the way back to our bus, we could also purchase ...

    Weihai, warnings and wondering

    A travel blog entry by sanjay.johal25 on Aug 19, 2011

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... networks to organise a mass clean up in certain areas of London, but it took our ‘great prime minister’ 3 days to return from his frolicking in the med? Also where has this new buzz word ‘Criminality’ appeared from? As one of the older teachers here said;

    "In my day they called it crime."

    Before all the action in the UK, here in Weihai I was treated to Typhoon warnings. Starting near the ...

    The Aluminum Destiny

    A travel blog entry by david_chung on Jul 17, 2010

    11 photos

    ... correctly causes internal damage to the opponent).

    Both strands are romanticized by and associated with - somewhat inaccurately - their respective religious institutions: not all Shaolin styles originated from the Buddhism Shaolin Temple or were practiced by monks, and nor did all Wudang styles originate from the many Taoist monastaries on Wudang Mountain.

    I'm not sure whether Mantis is formally regarded as an Shaolin style per ...

    Kung Fu Mode Part 1

    A travel blog entry by beijing-jaime on Feb 11, 2010

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... your muscles are always going to
    be tense while you’re training here, since we’re constantly pushing personal
    limits. I’m still a bit of a pansy when it comes to arms, and while I have no
    qualms with qi gong conditioning (beating your arms and legs against people.. or trees), doing sets of pushups with arms together, in wide stance, or on my knuckles is beyond me at this point.

    Wednesday evening was something of a success. After dinner,
    I ...