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. ...

SPIRITUAL HEALING

A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 04, 2013

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... This may sound hopelessly romantic, but it was horribly spastic. I was put on the bike with my host sister and together we made a horrifyingly spastic team. After the initial shock of the twin bike, I was finally able to guide it in a somewhat steady way. The only problem was that there were other people on the road…SO MANY PEOPLE. When people saw me, they got distracted and would shout HELLO! It’s awesome that people like Americans and all, but I was trying ...

Sleepy Time for Hoopie

A travel blog entry by meredith76 on Aug 15, 2012

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Today was my first full day back in Ningbo, China. It's so odd to arrive in such a different foreign place and it not feel like that much has changed. This time around I'm living in another part of town which I don't know that well so I feel lost in the area, but in terms of feeling lost...I think that I've figured it out this time.

I got to Nick and Sylvie's house at 6pm on Tuesday Aug ...

Arrive in Xian, China

A travel blog entry by chinaspree on May 23, 2012

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... a 1000-year-old China; go to Xian and then you will find a 3000-year-old China"

In 246 BC, 13 year old Quin Shi Huang acquired the throne and decided to work on building his mausuleum, which became part of the Terra-cotta army. It took eleven years to finish. Quin Shi Huang became emperor of all of China.
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Xian, China

A travel blog entry by michatsea on Nov 06, 2011

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We started out the morning by visiting the Terra Cotta Warriors. They were uncovered in 1974 by a peasant digging a well and is now Xian's greatest and most important attraction. The first emperor of the Qin Dynasty, Qin Shi Huangai, ordered the making of the warriors. There are approximately 8000 Terra Cotta soldiers and are a testament to his power. In the main and most impressive vault, the ...