Number One Holiday Inn

Address: No.2 Zhongxing Street, Bangshan District, Bengbu, Anhui, 233000, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located in the Bushan District area of Bengbu.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Bengbu

In Retrospect

A travel blog entry by fleep on Jun 25, 2012

... while there peering eyes silently judged me.

When I came here everything felt so foreign and strange. the crowded buses, The money, the people I couldn't understand, the stairs on the streets, the smell, the dirt, the driving, the Chinese students. Now It just seems like everyday life. I enjoy meeting new people on the buses even though I don't understand them. I don't think twice about dishing out money and bargaining with ...

Mornings in China...

A travel blog entry by fleep on May 11, 2012

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... I rummage through the piles of construction paper, tape,yarn, glue, egg cartens, and various other school supplies that seem to plague my room. No matter how hard I try to get rid of the piles of supplies they seem to continually reappear the next day.
Today though, I am glad I don't have to leave the confines of my room to prepare my lesson. In no time at all I have colored , glued , cut, and pieced together ...

10 reasons I love and hate China

A travel blog entry by fleep on Mar 24, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... I want to buy here I am not surprised at the register when my total is more than i expected because i forgot to calculate the taxes.

4. public transportation. The fact that most cities have metros is extremely convenient. For the smaller cities (pop. 3 million) Buses and taxis are everywhere,and cheap too.

5. there are no awkward moments when you aren't sure if someone is talking to you or to someone behind you. If they ...

Cooking in Bengbu

A travel blog entry by fleep on Mar 20, 2012

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... the best of an awkward situation I smiled at the other teachers saying "this is great!"
I cant even begin to express the sadness that I experienced as I forced myself to eat an entire plate of what I assumed would make me violently sick later. I kept telling myself that It wasn't that bad, that I could fix it with a little bit of butter or maybe more noodles and less sauce. Nothing worked. Even as ...

The School

A travel blog entry by fleep on Feb 18, 2012

3 comments, 20 photos

... separate room. I do like not having to fight over the scant amounts of water they give us each day to take a shower with .
One thing that I have learned about the Chinese is that they don't like to waste anything here. I sadly found this out at lunch one day. After refusing a side order of chicken feet and pig intestines earlier in the week I kept finding ground up ...