Huiqile Hotel

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

Travel Blogs from Wenling

It's the weekend!

A travel blog entry by chopsticks

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... TOW:) Found out that 'Fouzou' means Happy City! Perfect! I am glad that it was not too hot...I am simply TIRED of taking showers. So quick pack, eat lunch and off to the high speed train to...WHO KNOWS??? "A place that has a lovely walk," per Mr. Lu. I think it is at the top of a mountain because we are going north to a range. Pretty sure we will DRIVE to the top, dinner and hotel and then tomorrow we will have a lovely walk:) Many of the administrators ...

Life's Differences

A travel blog entry by florachen

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... problems which means no water to brush teeth, take a shower, or even flush the toilet. Granted a few hours later and we can get water again, but the fact that we have to be wary of water consumption is definitely something that I'm not used to. No more 15 minute warm showers :(

With being in the mountains there are obvious trade-offs with daily conveniences. Though life is different here it doesn't mean it's any less spectacular. ...

Big Dragon Waterfall: An appropriately short story

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby

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... that we’d read about online.




We happily paid the 50 kuai entrance fee and skipped gleefully into the park. We followed the excited holiday travelers down the short path to the famous waterfall and found…

A tiny stream of water dripping from the top of a cliff.



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Laowai Had a Little Lamb

A travel blog entry by skirbyskirby

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For the Dragon Boat Festival in June, we assembled an international team of shena****ns-seekers for a trip to the countryside: Fabio, Huang Qian, Sophie, Charlie, Jacqueline, me, and David. In that group, there are three representatives of the People’s Republic of China, two Americans, one Italian, and one citizen of Luxembourg, who we suspect may be some kind ...

More Power

A travel blog entry by matthewpowers

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... 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 ...

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