Lushan International Hotel

Address: No.71 Shengli East Street, Weihai, Shandong, 264500, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.71 Shengli East Street, Weihai.
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          Travel Blogs from Weihai

          Another one bites the dust

          A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 09, 2012

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... here for a connecting train. Believe
          it or not Jinan looks quite pretty at night. Now we had to endure 3 hours of
          waiting until our next train could take us all the way to Weihai. After playing
          many games of 20 questions it was nearly time to catch our train. As we stood
          up we noticed that most of the room were queuing up to catch the same train.
          Great! We squeezed our way through the crowds onto the train within no time at
          all. ...

          The Great Wall

          A travel blog entry by darcyrayner on Sep 23, 2007

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... most famous being the Mongols led by Ghanas khan. The walk along the wall is hard work, as it follows the ridge lines and contours the valleys so there's not many flat sections to catch ones breath. I always thought that the Great Wall was one continuous wall, but its actually not, it does basically connect together but impassable natural features separate areas of the wall. It ...

          In search of my German heritage

          A travel blog entry by grizzly on May 24, 2007

          22 photos

          ... and the Tsingtao Beer Company, a tour of the brewery including free beer for all at the Brewery Bar to top it off. Admission is 50RMB per person and includes three glasses of beer and a free souvenir glass. After exploring the town, I ventured to the food market near my hostel where I always found some delicious food and more beer. Qingdao is worth a visit and I would defintely go back for the Qingdao International Beer Festival sometime in August. ...

          Last week in Yantai

          A travel blog entry by jlynn2395 on Nov 10, 2006

          10 photos

          ... used to be the main trading port in China before it was moved to Shanghai, and they still have the old buildings there. They were definitely worth seeing, and it was fun seeing them with Sophie. She's a senior and she hadn't gone to see them yet either, so I didn't feel quite as bad about the fact that I hadn't gotten around to seeing them. ...

          Horse Rearing Island

          A travel blog entry by jlynn2395 on Oct 22, 2006

          10 photos

          ... that charged 10rmb to get in (that we didn't pay.. you could see the whole square from the fence). But then, all of the buildings looked deserted. The only building that looked like it was actually functioning was a post office. There were a few nice, old looking hotels with broken windows, a lookout point at the top of the island that was covered in graffiti and looked like it was meant to be something ...

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