Longxiang Hotel

Address: No.438 Lianjiang North Road, Jin'an District, Fuzhou, Fujian, 350011, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.438 Lianjiang North Road, Jin'an District, Fuzhou, is near Drum Mountain (Gu Shan) and Hakka Houses.
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    Travel Blogs from Fuzhou

    On the Train

    A travel blog entry by annie_calvin on May 06, 2015

    2 photos

    ... view point. Who would want to be inharmonious in a police state? The train car was clean when we boarded, which was not surprising, since we specifically ordered tickets for trains starting from Hongqiao to Fuzhou and back. China started to upgrade its railroad system about twenty years ago. Steamed engine powered locomotives were replaced by electrical power cars and resulted in faster run (200-250 kilometers per hour) like this one. I used to travel from my home town Fuzhou ...

    Encountering Chinese Characteristics 遭遇中国特色

    A travel blog entry by annie_calvin on May 05, 2015

    In this city, everything runs with its own rules. A shrewd resident of Shanghai observed, Seemingly another Chinese characteristics. I just cannot continue my reasoning: on the cement side walk or asphalt woad pavement, rapidly dried feces will be powdered under accidental steps of pedestrians, and tossed up in the air by gusty wind if the spring, causing contamination to food stalls and restaurants proudly with opened windows and exposed food display. Looking ...

    The Last Day of Fuzhou

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 18, 2014

    5 comments, 17 photos


    It is our last day in Fuzhou. It has been a great team to work with and each of us American teachers has had the experience of a lifetime. The Chinese teacher are so sincere and speak from the heart. Their language is rich with refreshing vocabulary that we tend to omit from our own talking. The closing ceremonies were wonderful. Da-Ming challenged the teachers...he said that he recently visited America and did not see many factories because Americans were a ...

    Heads, Shoulders, Knees & Toes and Zai Jian (Bye)

    A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 18, 2014

    5 comments, 45 photos

    ... in the park where a few of us were dancing in the wayyyy back of these massive group dances. Of course we were going one way and the crowd was going the other because these are routines that are practiced and known (kinda like zumba)! As we left we passed two teenagers who were trying to follow along and were as out of sync as we were. We all smiled and laughed together at the silliness of how we all looked!

    Knees and toes: I ...

    Pocket full of mangoes

    A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 18, 2014

    3 comments

    ... THE ROOF!!!! I had to take my first altitude pill this am...woohoo:) As I was running in the park this morning I realized that I left for China 7/17/13 last year and here I am exactly one year later. How freaky is that???? You know how I love things like that! It is some kind of sign...a full circle-ish-ness. My last few years have been such a process, personally, professionally and globally. I finally am getting ...