Huiqile Hotel

Address: No.88 Wanshou Road, Wenling, Zhejiang, 317500, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on No.88 Wanshou Road, Wenling.
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    Travel Blogs from Wenling

    Linhai 'Great Wall'

    A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Jun 21, 2015

    7 photos

    ... shop and had lunch at Aisen Ramen in a Shopping Mall and spent the afternoon looking for Will's Se7en shop. i bought a floaty peach coloured by Best Offers"> top with large flowers for 160RMB reduced from 799RMB which Will and Stephen liked.

    Rode back to the train station in a tincan with a lovely driver!
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    An army of Terra Cotta Warriers!

    A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on May 28, 2015

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... encountered several huge mounts of grass covered dirt, These mounds are the burial grounds of some ancient emperors. When Nixon and Kissenger came to visit China, they asked specifically to come to Xian. They arrived with coordinates of one particular area that they wanted to visit . . Come to find out - the U.S. of A thought China was hiding nuclear weapons at these sights . . So interesting to get these tidbits of info from ...

    Zhang Jia Jie-Chang De to Rui Chang, 534 km

    A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on Aug 12, 2014

    30 photos

    This morning we leave Chang De at 8 am. It is very cloudy, the road is wet, and the traffic is heavy. We drive 400 km towards Tong Shan where we take late lunch at almost 3 pm. Tong San is famous for its stalactites and stalagmites water cave that is 5 km long. ...

    Joe Day

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 14, 2014

    7 comments, 14 photos

    ... Too cute! I did eat
    the top, just because.and it was darn good in the middle of China. Adaption is
    the key to survival here and it is the key to a happier life everywhere else. I packed me a change of clothes and a couple of Nescafe:) I should have taken my pillow and egg crate...ROCK SOLID! This makes me rethink taking the whole shebang to TOW! I will probably be literally SLEEPING on a rock:)
    I HAVE GREAT PICS JUST UNABLE TO UPLOAD NOW:(



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    More Power

    A travel blog entry by matthewpowers on May 10, 2011

    9 photos

    ... power plants at least once a year to conduct independent tests of what is escaping up the stack. If the EPA finds anything wrong, the plant is obligated to fix it. Fast. Or be fined $10K or more per day.

    Not so in China. The EPA here does have rules in place, but they are not enforced. If they come to your plant you can just buy them lunch in order to get a good report. Saves them the trouble of testing. And because there is a shortage, there is ...