TripAdvisor Reviews Linchuan Hotel Fuzhou
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... to go back down a parallel street there it was! Really eerie and definitely abandoned. I looked in the crack between the locked doors and there were some pews and an altar, all in a shambles. China is so weird!
Further down the road was a really old temple, but it was almost time to meet Suki, my host, so I went back to the front of the park.
She worked right outside the park entrance, so it was no trouble to ...
... had incorporated videos and links - the file size was huge and kept crashing our systems.
We had to revert to 'old technology' - thankfully I'd printed out a coloured hard copy, so we scanned that into PDF, and used that as the presentation. I'd also saved the video's separately on the USB and they worked fine.
It was a really frustrating day to say the least, but we got there in the ...
... during my last visit.
After Ting finished work we decided to give BBQ a miss as I had an early bus to catch the next morning so we met up with another two of ...
... love this little city and I’d be more than comfortable living and teaching here for a term or two. Anyhow, I’m still a little hazy from last night and my evening nap and it’s now time to head out and meet Ting and the Beauties for another late night Beer & BBQ Adventure.
AShort Brief History and Culture ...
... to merge.
What Did I Find To See In Fuzhou/Linchuan This Visit?
(That Ting Ting hadn’t found in three months because she always sleeps)
Supposedly Fuzhou has many temples, such as Baima Temple (White Horse Temple) first built during the Song Dynasty, the Linchuan Jinshan Temple (which I believe to be ...