Orient Hotel

Address: No.241 Anqing Road, Luyang District, Hefei, Anhui, 230001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Luyang District area of Hefei, is near Lord Bao Memorial Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Hefei

7:Visit to orphanage and our Qiang's finding place

A travel blog entry by strockmeijer on Sep 04, 2014


... to offer a donation to the orphanage. Without hesitance we agreed. After a few photo's and a bit of filming, we left the orphanage to pick-up some rice and cooking oil at the local supermarket.

It felt good to view Qiang's residential home. But, to be honest we were also happy to be back outside, in the ' fresh ' air - where for the first time we could observe a bit of blue sky. You can almost forget this with the smog of Beijing en Hefei.
We ...

China: Hefei - Day 4 & 5 : We're almost 4

A travel blog entry by strockmeijer on Sep 02, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... and lots of attraction rides. The sound of the different rides overruled the noise of the constantly tooting horns of the cars passing by. We, being white, are anattraction in itself. Especially Caitlin with her blond hair - she is extremely popular with the Chinese. They have no boundaries when it comes to staring, pointing, taking photo's withoutasking or even touching the locks of her hair. Maybe it is a good thing thatFacebook is blocked here; Caitlin undoubtedly would ...

Yi Xian to Huang San-Maan Shan (Jiang Su Province)

A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on Aug 14, 2014

25 photos

We start rolling at 7 am heading to Huang Shan Mountain by bus. We take a cable car to go up and do some hiking. The view is really nice but clouds are always following our group so we have to wait until the clouds clear up. It is really tiring to climb up the stairs. After getting half way we stop for lunch in a hotel on the top of the mountain. Then we continue climbing up to the cable car station. ...

Rui Chang to Yi Xian, 536 km

A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on Aug 13, 2014

78 photos

After a good night rest in a luxurious hotel with clean rooms, good shower and cool air con, we wake up as usual at 6 am, take breakfast at 7 and start rolling at 8. Today plan is to drive almost 500 km and after lunch we stop by a tea shop at Chie Men in Anhui Province. We spend there about an hour testing a huge variety of teas. Then we continue to Yie Xian to see ...

Swine flu relocation!

A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on May 30, 2013

14 photos

... inside your mind, the desire to continue teaching and have valuable class experiences juxtaposed with an entirely unpredictable schedule and the Chinese predilection for interminably long periods of studying for tests, i.e. memorizing things and not giving a **** about anything new or fun you may be trying to accomplish in class. Couple these things with the fact that I'm leaving this city and this school, and you end up with an ...