Jinhai International Hotel

Address: No.28 Jinhai East Road, Dongtai, Jiangsu, 224200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.28 Jinhai East Road, Dongtai.
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    Mud baths and hot springs

    A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Sep 28, 2015

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    ... for a very small child. Not for me. Nether the less, Kristor our
    friend who is placed in the south and twice my height, got down and started
    worming his way through this tiny hole (he had to army crawl through it to give
    you an example of what it was like) grimacing I got down on my belly and did
    the same, expecting to just pop out on the other side… nope I had to crawl my
    way through another opening on the side and then up this rock mound and ...

    Beast of Feasts

    A travel blog entry by tomtam6 on Jun 10, 2011

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    Being in Hai’an, a welcome dinner party is held almost every night. Lots of toasting, LOTS. Always white rice wine. The first night was at a very grand restaurant. Every restaurant we've been to we had a private room. It's like a hotel transformed restaurant.

    The dishes kept piling on.

    On our way back to Nanjing we stopped by Yangzhou to visit a family friend and also where Young Chow fried rice ...

    Michelle's Dad's hometown!

    A travel blog entry by tomtam6 on Jun 09, 2011

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    ... large. Their driveways had wheat spread out to be dried.

    Grandpa's farm was still old fashioned. An open air out house for a bathroom and stone stove kitchen.

    Smoke flows through the town throughout the day and night miles away from wheat fields being burnt so that they can be transformed into rice fields for the next season. That's why I saw black fields. It was to cleanse the ground from old roots to build a better base for rice.

    Gardens and humility

    A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Sep 26, 2006

    ... been exploring the streets of Suzhou when I have free time. The main streets are becoming familiar to me, so I find adventure in the narrower alleys and roads that may not look or smell as nice but are more unpredictable. It's especially nice at night when the air is cool and the lights reflect off of the canals. On a different topic, I know some people are curious about the one-child policy in China so I'll write a little bit about it here. In order to curb the ...

    Americans on Display

    A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Sep 22, 2006

    ... and drove about an hour to get there. This campus was smaller, much more spread out and had more of a "Furman" feel because it wasn't in the city. I guess it's probably like Penn State Delco vs. Penn State main campus (although PS main is not in a city...). They don't have foreign students there, so everyone was extremely excited to see us, so much so that we started feeling guilty. They treated us like visiting royalty or something...we had a ...