Jinhua Hotel

Address: Lishan Road, Linyi, Shandong, 276000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lishan Road, Linyi.
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Travel Blogs from Linyi

Teachers

A travel blog entry by tshalon on Jul 24, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... remains the main Confucius temple. It houses many relics and an alter and statue to Confucius. While Confucius is not worshipped as a god he is revered as the greatest teacher of China.

After visiting the temple we went to the Confucius mansion. Confucius never lived here but his family generations after him did. The mansion is a set up of many different buildings and walkways that lead ...

Confucius Temple and Mansion Qufu

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on May 01, 2015

23 photos

... a drink in the Bike and coffee shop inside the city wall, before going to the Shangri-La for a drink (we are staying in the Jinjiang Inn 100 yards down the road. We had a funny incident where we asked the manager to write down 'mosque' and when we got in the taxi we discovered he had written 'Moscow' instead! We eventually got to the mosque and ate in a courtyard 'cafe' to give it a grand name, in a hutong.
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Mount Tai Shan

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Jan 31, 2015

1 comment, 87 photos

... was a little girl there as, she might have been 6 or 7, she had the biggest smile and long beautiful hair. She was very curious about Darryl and I and watched us intently as we ate, using the chop sticks I think amused her the most. She finally worked up the courage and asked to have a picture with us. We off course said yes, she was so sweet, it would have been hard to say no. We chatted with the people as best we could, telling them where we were from, that we ...

Lao Shi Lao Shi - Teacher Teacher!

A travel blog entry by davidavi on Sep 24, 2012

7 photos

... students, but students also help teachers and together we grow. No wonder my answer is "Yes Tom, play football."

My Mandarin is coming along and I can now say silly sentences with all the words I know. Although the tonal aspect presents some difficulty that the west seems to dwell on, the language is not that difficult to pick up. In fact, I've tested my knowledge on some locals and been successful. I'm on my way to affluence and ...

Qing Dao and the crazy bus ride

A travel blog entry by miriamg on Aug 14, 2006

1 comment

... still two empty seats on the bus. Not wanting to lose money the bus driver waited for more people. Since there was no other bus to Weifang we couldn't do much but complain. After 15 minutes one person came, but that still wasn't enough. Finally around 7:15 a family of four arrived. One would think they wouldn't fit on the bus, but the Chinese have these nifty little stools that people bring with them everywhere. The bus driver pulled some out and the family sat on those stools in ...