Ningbo Jiahe Hotel

Address: No.108 Xindian Road, Jiangshu District, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315010, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Haishu District area of Ningbo, is near Tian Yi Library.
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Travel Blogs from Ningbo

A Weekend With The Family (Entry Number 2)

A travel blog entry by julienstercke on Apr 01, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... to Yuyao. It cost only 22 kuai each, which is approximately 4.50$, and the train ride took only 25 minutes to get there. Barry came to pick us up at the train station and then we went to his house to meet his family. His parents are a very humble Chinese couple who have a large house by Chinese standards, and are really interesting to talk to. We had to speak to them in Chinese, because they don't speak very much English.

While we were there, we ...

Ningbo Zhenhai Sea Wall and Park

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Mar 29, 2015

22 photos

Will and I got a taxi out to the Zhenhai area of Ningbo to walk along the sea wall.

We went into the park and walked up the mountain (hundreds of steps!) to find pagodas and temples and then walked all along the sea wall (which is actually not by the sea!) It was ...

Weekend with Silvie in Ningbo

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Mar 28, 2015

7 photos

Will and I got the 11am train from Nanjing to come down to Ningbo to stay with Silvie, the CP of Ningbo Xiaoshi IB School. We spent a lovely afternoon having lunch at Pizza Pino by the river, and then walking along the river to have a cocktail at the Marriott Hotel.

In the evening we went to a restaurant and wine bar to meet up with Aly and Zephyr (Silvie's lovely art and English ...

A Smooth Landing in China

A travel blog entry by julienstercke on Mar 24, 2015

7 comments

... Chinese friends, Barry, who has been really great for showing me some true Chinese experiences. For example, one night, Patrick, Eric, Barry and his friend and I all went to a restaurant that serves a wide variety of typical Chinese food. The tastes went from spicy, to salty, to sweet and sour, and we ate a whole fish (complete with the eyes and tail), frog meat, shrimp, bamboo, and a lot of rice. My favourite dish was by far the spicy frog meat.

The next weekend ...

Back to lectures...

A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on Mar 19, 2015

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... unpacked and repacked the things I would need into a different bag and got ready for a weekend away. This again proved to be easier said than done as it turned out our booking hadn't gone through for the train from Ningbo to Suzhou, cue quick rebooking onto a different train - luckily we had realised this beofre leaving the university so we were able to leave without having to spend ages hanging around at the station waiting for the next train with seats ...