Lijing Hotel

No.1 Longtan Road, Tai'an, Shandong, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tai'an

A day in Jinan

A travel blog entry by marlou


... Confusius temple.

2hrs driving to 泰安. Tofu feast and watch an outdoor show in 泰山 in the heavy rain.
Stay in a nice hotel tonight. Found out that the hotel was $200/night last night and $900/night ...

Going to Mount Tai in Shandong and then to Anhui

A travel blog entry by driftingidiot


... nearby, meaning it could be a vet. You see, in China, you don't hire a professional to fix your car, you fix it right there (I've seen taxi drivers do that with their customers in the back). So the bus was only an hour late, fine. And then Hell began, and when I say "Hell", I mean it with a capital H. You see, I bought what is called a "hard seat" which is one of the cheaper tickets. There is "soft bed", "hard bed", "soft chair", "hard chair", and then "NO SEAT". When I ...

Midnight Freeze

A travel blog entry by davidavi


... nightfall. Taishan is surrounded by a natural scene that represents the quieter side of China. A sense of peace, pace by pace, is instilled upon me as I leave the masses and inch closer towards a destination where only those willing to endure frozen temperatures reside, complimented by thick, green army jackets. Kindness finds me here and the hue of new friendships grow with the elevation - I have only found this along my travels, ...

Hiking Mount Tai on National Day

A travel blog entry by rthompson073


... I was reluctant to get up as I was still quite tired but we stepped out, laid down a mat and breakfasted on rice cereal and snacks. We hung out around our little makeshift campground for part of the morning, mostly listening to music on Jerry's tablet. A few passers-by again commented on my 'foreignness'. I was inside the tent when I heard Jerry chatting to a fellow hiker. I asked him about it and he laughed as he told me that the man mistook us, of all people, for ...

Conquering the Holiest Mountain in China

A travel blog entry by jarinne


... it before you. At that time they had been making the most sacred of pilgrimages to the peak of the mountain. Scattered along the route are numerous temples built by emperors who wanted to leave their mark on their country's most revered mountain. There are also scriptures of the Taishan Mountain history inscribed in the cliffs of the mountain. In front of all of the temples were also areas where couple's could "lock their love" ...


This hotel, located on No.1 Longtan Road, Tai'an, is near Mount Tai Shan.
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