Leidisen Winning Hotel Shangyu

Address: No.555 Shimin Avenue, Shangyu, Zhejiang, 312300, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Shangyu.
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      Travel Blogs from Shangyu

      The itch and the pill

      A travel blog entry by goinggong on Jun 25, 2014

      ... drainpipe. I stare at her grinding my teeth wondering when is fat ***** going to breath? She stabs the surface of her oversized cellphone and slaps it onto a fleshy cheek and begins another tirade. Through her breathless rant I make out a few Chinese words as she waves another arm wobble/chain jangling arm and waved goodby. A half an hour later, another knock on the door and it's " fat *****" with a Chinese couple hot on her heals. She leads ...

      At what level ?

      A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 20, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... kindergarten), kiddies kitchen the size of a studio apartment and classrooms with private kiddie wash/bathrooms and individual beds in the sleeping room. The staff complement is massive. There is a doctor on call and a nurse/nutritionalist in their own office; the industrial size kitchen has a chef with 4 helpers ( today's meal was bits of pig fat and some nondescript Mellon in a sweet clear brown sauce and, canned sliced mushrooms with slivers of carrots in a cloudy ...

      A month later

      A travel blog entry by cehowell on Dec 01, 2012

      1 comment

      ... to get anything from you.


      Getting around:

      To get from point a to point b, I usually walk, but sometimes I have to take an ebike (a scooter that runs on electricity), a bus or a taxi. Buses here cost 1RMB (a bit over 15 us cents) per trip. To get to up to about a quarter of the city away from where you are costs 8 RMB (about $1.30 USD). E-bikes are the most convenient, but perhaps they are also the ...

      Shaoxing

      A travel blog entry by allytiger on Jun 27, 2012

      1 comment, 82 photos

      ... front of the park after our boat ride. A show or movie was being filmed at one the pavilions. It wasn’t a very expensive movie because they let us all walk over to look. The park also has an activity where you stand in a giant ball and walk on the water. It looked like it would be very hot and difficult to do. We ate lunch at the restaurant by the park but it wasn’t very good. Our final historical stop was at Lan Ting. (Lan Ting means ...

      Writers and Wine

      A travel blog entry by travistravels on Mar 25, 2012

      24 photos

      ... One of the metaphors in his writing has been constructed into an interactive sculpture.

      You begin at a giant mouth, the recesses are pitch black and you have to enter the gaping maw by stepping onto a squishy tongue. You then become eaten and follow a twist tunnel in complete darkness. The walls and ceilings are close about you and damp. You can’t walk confidently because the ground is uneven. Eventually you exit ...