Yin Yuan Hotel

Address: No.655 Maocheng Middle Road, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Yinzhou District area of Ningbo, is near Tian Yi Library.
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Travel Blogs from Ningbo


A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Sep 25, 2014

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I traveled to Ningbo on Monday evening after the English Subject Panel had finished.

I met Will at breakfast in the Citic Hotel on Tuesday morning and we went out to Ningbo Foreign Language School, which is one of my centres. The school is built in an amazing location in the south-east of Ningbo, surrounded by mountains and with a beautiful lake on site.

The staff here are all lovely. I had only been to this centre once before with Liz and Mary ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 04, 2013

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... cry in my entire lifetime. I sat and watched as a butterfly struggled to move its body in the strong wind, feeling as though I knew exactly how it felt. Somebody from the company finally called me back and I told him how unhappy I was and how the family is so boring. I told him that I would love to take the bus to more places but my family cannot explain how to and I’m kind of stuck where I am, unless I am taking the bus to Alex’s house. He told me that he ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Oct 01, 2013

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... city life. We ended our day off with bubble tea at a café and I felt so happy to be able to have this escape. It was really nice being able to have intelligent conversation with somebody and not have to struggle to get my point across. As I waited for the bus to take me back home, a Chinese girl started a conversation with me. "Excuse me, are you American?" Why yes I am, and how are you? She told me that her friend wants to come to China to teach English and that she’s ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Sep 29, 2013


... was unfair for me to live in a city where I was unhappy and that I did not pay to be on this trip to be unhappy. Unconvinced, they told me that it was impossible to switch me and that I would have to be satisfied with where I was. Prior to coming to China, the company promised that if I had any problems that they’d switch me immediately. Yet another lie told by my lovely Chinese company. On the bright side, I was able to see the German au pair, Alex, who lives ...


A travel blog entry by beccafox on Sep 26, 2013


... the daughter and I did, and watched as the newly one year old devour his cake. It was the first day since I arrived that I felt okay. It was the first time that I didn’t want to lock myself in my room and cry all day, and it was the first time that I was actually convinced that I may be able to do this thing. I still feel extremely lonely and am craving conversation with somebody who can understand me, but I now feel hopeful that coming to China was not the biggest mistake of my life. ...