Jinling Jinma Palace Hangzhou

Address: No.218 Tonghui Middle Road, Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 311200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Xiaoshan District area of Hangzhou.
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      We deserve it!

      A travel blog entry by misskeita on Nov 29, 2014

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      ... made some tea, put our feet up and finally relaxed.

      To celebrate this rare and special moment Rohene was ready to go for the big guns: She went into our gift cupboard and brought out a pack of Ferrero Rocher! Originally meant as a gift for a potential host or kind person, she decided that she still had plenty of other gifts and that
      we deserved to treat ourselves after such a ...

      Hello Old Friend – My First Spring Roll

      A travel blog entry by misskeita on Nov 28, 2014

      9 photos

      ... with long nails. Yuuukkk. My foe, my enemy was staring me right in the face. Should I just eat it and be done with it? I could finally declare victory over it! I asked our buddy if they would normally eat it like that. She said I could eat it, but the snack version with the spicy sauce was a lot tastier. I didn’t mind it as an excuse to let the chicken foot get away one more time and continue to work up the courage I need to down ...

      A tea lover’s paradise

      A travel blog entry by misskeita on Nov 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... in Spain, which to my dismay is not a tea drinking nation at all, people do strictly distinguish the two. And how fascinating is it that tea in Chinese is called cha?! That’s almost like chai, which is used across so many cultures and languages as the word for tea – I’m sure the linguistic roots of tea can be traced back by the same route as the economic ones.

      ...

      An Olive Garden kind of day......

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Nov 23, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... had planned to buy since I put 5 oranges, 2 asian pears, and a dragon fruit in my basket, but the woman at the check out took them out of my basket and asked me (I THOUGHT she asked me) if I wanted them in their own bag.... I said no, and she proceeded to place them down, and not scan them. I assumed she was saving them for last, then she asked me to pay and I asked about all my fruit.... turns out she actually asked if I wanted the fruit at all! WELL OF COURSE I WANT THE ...

      Paradise City

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue on Nov 22, 2014

      31 photos

      ... but we were pleasantly surprised that this was the first time we were really affected. In talking to others in our group, we were told that the local bars are smoke filled. If the pollution does not kill the natives, the second-hand smoke will! So far on the trip, we have also had active smokers on elevators a few times.

      The Pan Pacific is a beautiful hotel with traditional Chinese pagoda-style roofs, ponds filled with koi ...