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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    Travel Blogs from Dongtai


    A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Dec 07, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... dinner, again with foods I have never seen before. There was a bowl with what looked like a rice bubble bowl upside down in it. The waiter then poured a sauce over it and immediately smashed the rice bubble bowl. It had looked so cool up to that point.

    Breakfast at the hotel ( seven foreigners are hard to miss. Did they wonder at all where we came from and whether we had stayed illegally), and then a visit to the ...

    Beast of Feasts

    A travel blog entry by tomtam6 on Jun 10, 2011

    8 photos

    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

    17 photos

    ... asked "why?!"

    When we arrived the town was empty, spacious definitely the suburbs. It'll be further developed as well as the rest of China, it just lacks the population. The buildings are large and not condensed, it's like a supersized town with no one in it.

    We went to Michelle's Grandpa's farm on a HOT day.The highway ended for us as we crossed one lane bridges and drove on dirt paths. Many of the farmer's houses were updated and ...

    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

    ... Chinese, because it makes everything sound like the second tone. Our teacher was getting a little frustrated and she finally burst out saying, "why are you all changing the sound to a rising tone!" In Chinese, they don't raise the inflection when asking a question, they just add the word "ma" at the end, so everything sounds like a statement to us. Friday after class we had a "field trip" to a different branch of the campus, so we all piled on ...