Xiangshan Harbor International Hotel

Address: No.1111 Xiangshan Harbor Road, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315700, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Shipu Town area of Ningbo.
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Travel Blogs from Ningbo

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. ...

Sleepy Time for Hoopie

A travel blog entry by meredith76 on Aug 15, 2012

3 comments, 1 photo

... teaching the curriculum and I need all the help I can get right now.

Nick helped organize a five day music event which starts tonight. He owns a music venue in town called CMK. Looks like I will be busy seeing live music over the next couple days which is kind of ironic considering I have said countless times that appreciate for live music is seriously lacking in this country. Foot in mouth. ...

Arrive in Xian, China

A travel blog entry by chinaspree on May 23, 2012

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English Name: Xi'an, Hsian, Sian
Chinese Name: 西安 (xī ān)

This is China's heartland where you will view the famed Terra-cotta Army Legion of 6,000
warriors.
There is a saying about Xian: "Go to Shanghai and you will find a 100-year-old China; go to Beijing and you ...

Xian, China

A travel blog entry by michatsea on Nov 06, 2011

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... us up in a hotel but it still really sucked. We went from staying at crazy nice 5 star hotels to a ****** little hotel that served us a sketchy Chinese breakfast the next morning. Fortunately we were able to catch a flight back to Shanghai the next day in order to catch the boat (We were hoping to get stranded and miss the boat so we could get extra days in China and just meet the boat in Japan).
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Terra Cotta Warriors Museum

A travel blog entry by roz524 on Jun 12, 2011

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... so far. Many were in broken pieces and until today more than 10,000 people come to work on them and they work all night trying to put pieces together. The tour guide also mentioned that it
took 38 years to carve one soldier, I'm not sure how accurate she is with this information though. She may be exaggerating a bit. Anyways, there were parts of the museum that were still being worked on and photographs ...