Jinjiang International Hotel

Address: No.136 Xinhua West Road, Lubei District, Tangshan, Hebei, 063000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Tangshan.
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        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet


        • Business Services

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        Travel Blogs from Tangshan

        Xingang, PRC

        A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Oct 13, 2014

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... as he waited for that bus. Vehicle traffic coming into the port is extremely congested at that time of day, so I suppose that was the reason for their delay.

        Nick's comment puts the reason for the captains concern more into context knowing that he had to be concerned with the tides as well. Thank you, Nick.

        As we departed South Korean waters and entered the Yellow Sea that separates the Korean peninsula from the mainland of China, a ...

        A Gem in the North

        A travel blog entry by peterreefman on Oct 12, 2013

        8 photos

        I'll be frank. Tangshan was always going to be difficult. I had very little knowledge of the EcoCity there expect that it was a cooperation between the Tangshan Government and the Swedish government. I also knew that it was a coastal development which had sustainable transport as a key priority. Oh, and that it was good.

        But I had no luck with getting a contact there, and that was a big problem. I tried the Tangshan government as well as a Swedish urban ...

        Be thankful, everyday

        A travel blog entry by floveh on Jul 10, 2013

        7 photos

        ... of life, a beacon of hope. They dug, they dug, they dug till their fingers no longer resembled fingers." At that time, I didn't quite understand what she meant but I finally did while in the Tangshan earthquake museum. I saw a picture of what was left after the devastating 1976 earthquake and that provoked mixed emotions and stirred my goosebumps,

        I softly cried in my heart as it is comforting to know that ...

        Alot of "OMGs"

        A travel blog entry by floveh on Jul 09, 2013

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... opposite me and on my left keeps looking at me take out my mobile from my side pocket, are they going to steal from me?
        OMG 5: This guy is selling kid's puzzle/toy/brain stimuli in the train and OMG people are paying 10rmb for it. Communism ain its most perfect form
        OMG 6: The guy opposite me who I spoke briefly, asked if I would like him to travel with me? OMG, I said, "I prefer traveling alone"
        OMG 7: On the bus ...

        On the run

        A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jun 27, 2013

        1 photo

        After one final argument with Rikki we decided enough was enough. We found ourselves packing our bags in the middle of the night ready to flee in the morning. It's a shame that we leave Tangshan on bad terms but hopefully we won't leave china feeling that way. To stop all future arguments we may have with our school we are leaving for a city called ...