Jinzhou Hotel

Address: No. 615 Quanxiu Road, Fengze District, Quanzhou, Fujian, 362018, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Fengze District area of Quanzhou, is near Qinyuan Mountain, Kaiyuan Monastery, Luoyang Bridge, and Lao Zi Statue.
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    Travel Blogs from Quanzhou

    Windows on the World

    A travel blog entry by drewanrohan on Sep 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and of knowledge.

    I'm settling in here at Xiamen University. I'm slowly becoming accustomed to the busy streets, masses of people, packed buses, new foods, different customs, higher buildings, shorter tables, hotter days, foreign language and bolder life. With each day that I'm here, I feel more at home, and some mornings home seems but a far off childhood dream that never was reality. With each 25 minute walk to class and back again, ...

    Post Grading

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Jan 20, 2014

    It occurs to me that I've been terrible about updating this blog for the past 3 months. I wish I could say that it was because I was too busy but the truth is that I've just been a really bad blogger.

    Since my last entry we've finished final exams, submitted grades, done some exploring around Quanzhou, and taken a week-long trip to Shanghai. Since I've let some of my thoughts disappear I'm going to share some of the bits ...

    Thanksgiving, Business Ceremonies, and Jobs.

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Dec 19, 2013

    ... shopping experience. Wanda Plazas can be found in most of the major cities in China and the Wanda family is quite rich. The Wanda Hotel is where we went with our fellow ex-patriots for Thanksgiving dinner. The hotel’s internal restaurant is a massive buffet with hot-action stations where the chefs will cook any thing you can create with the ingredients they have laid out as well as major buffet stations of various types. We went there because most of the 5 star hotels in ...

    An Escape from Mao

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Nov 20, 2013

    8 photos

    ... in front of it. The tour guides were quick to tell us that Mao had visited the place once but without any real enthusiasm. There were a number of classrooms which are distinguished only by a small platform at the front where the teacher would sit in front of their students. Built right next door was a Confucius school of learning and we got lucky enough to see a group of primary school children reciting poetry on ...

    Is it November already?

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Oct 31, 2013

    1 comment

    ... a well reasoned response on why it will be different this time. I can’t blame her if her country will prove her wrong on that. One of the most despicable trade goods China exports from Africa is Elephant Ivory. I’ve been free of food poisoning for at least a week now and that has been a nice relief. Cooking more food at home has been a big help there. And now that my drink has run out and the mango slices are gone I’m going to sign off for the night.
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