Lu Ting Hotel

Address: No.64 Renmin South Road, Zhoushan, Zhejiang, 316000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Dinghai District area of Zhoushan, is near Putuoshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhoushan

    Instructor Trainer Course - Chinese Style

    A travel blog entry by johnnynapier on Aug 15, 2014

    18 photos

    One of the main reasons we are in Zhoushan, China is to run an Instructor Trainer course. The course took place from August 15-17 and included 10 candidates. The background of the candidates was quite different from the candidates that would take the course Canada as they were all teachers or university professors, whereas in Canada the majority of the candidates that take the course are aquatic professionals. The average age of our class was close ...

    Trip to China

    A travel blog entry by joaosilva on Apr 29, 2014

    Travelled from Amsterdam to Hongkong on Cathay Pacific airlines. After a 4 hour stop over, boarded a Dragon air plane to Ningbo. This was a shorter 1:55 hour flight. The local driver was waiting in his Chinese VW car. We drove for 1 hour to the Ferry station. Then caught the ferry to Zhoushan Island. The trip car and passenger ferry took 30 minutes. After leaving the ferry, 20 mins later we arrive at the Jinwangjiao Hotel. ...

    Exploring and resting

    A travel blog entry by jmetzler13 on Jun 22, 2011

    21 photos

    ... silence." He looked at my ticket, asked me some stuff, and found outwe are on the same boat and that I'm a teacher. I did not see any other obvious Western tourists, and all day today on the island, I haven't either. It was obvious when and where to go when the time came. I stuck to the gentleman and his wife (?) like glue, but then relaxed a bit when it all became quite obvious.

    Once on board the workers directed all of us ...

    The rest of Shanghai and exploring

    A travel blog entry by jmetzler13 on Jun 21, 2011

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... but was not dressed appropriately. It was fun to see them hit it around. The gym had maybe 6 badminton courts that were mostly full most of the 2 hours.
    After that Jack and Linda and I went out for a special dinner at one of their favorite restaurants. It serves specialty dishes from Linda's home town region which I believe is in North Eastern China. That familiar printed folk material made up the trim in furniture, ...

    Tourists and Pilgrims in Putuoshan

    A travel blog entry by rhershey on Apr 16, 2011

    11 photos

    ... After finishing the climb up, I was met by the Fayu Temple. This Buddhist structure sits atop the mountain. When walking around one can see the Chinese influence in the temples architecture. After I finished walking around I had lunch in the temple. The lunch was very cheap, only 10 RMB (just a little over a dollar). The meal was vegetarian. In the end it was a very simple lunch that was worth the cheap ticket price.