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

      Only having a few days left in Cixi before we head off to Shanghai for a month, we have decided to give up our flat and relocate to the big city for a few weeks. This, unbeknownst to us, has opened another can of worms... For the past few nights I have been burning the proverbial candle at both ends. Late night stay ups, friends "sleeping" over and nothing on the menu that requires and chewing. Cocktail and beer wash down greasy KFC. 3-4 hours ...

      At what level ?

      A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 20, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... have placed me on an humanitarian visa, making it impossible to renew. I have subsequent found out that one of the management staff has a spouse working for the PSB. Now I have to go through the uncertainty of applying for a visa in Hong Kong and spending more of my own money on the off chance that I may or may not get a visa. These actions on Aston's part, are going to be the reason I am going to loose my current job and possibly force me to go back to South Africa to apply ...

      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

      ... bridge."

      Our next stop was at Dong Hu (the East Lake to our West Lake.) You can walk throughout the park and you can also take a boat on a portion of the lake to see the "caves." You can climb up one of the hills to see the view but we didn't climb because we worried about walking on the slippery rocks. We did take one of the boat tours though! The boat men row with their feet and use another paddle to steer. The side of East Lake we were on ...

      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 ...