Pingdu Hotel

No.66 Tonghe Road, Pingdu, Shandong, 266706, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $49.00
 

Travel Blogs from Pingdu

A fortnight in old Tsing Tao!

A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao

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... easier to bike around without getting hit by a car or stepping on people. Excellent bike riding area. If your near Shilaoren Beach you've got it made! Shilaoren Beach is one of the nicest beaches in
all of China and it's way out in Laoshan. To visit Old town from Laoshan takes about 45 minutes by taxi and costs 40 kwai. You can also take bus 301 for 2 kwai and a much longer trip!

So I go from ...

Qingdao

A travel blog entry by guytang

15

... forgiven for thinking you were in the suburbs of Munich. Wide tree lined streets, big European style houses with red tiled roofs. The buildings themselves can only be admired from the outside now as most of them have been commandeered by the local government. Some have called Qingdao the Switzerland of the east, I've never been to Switzerland, but the Badaguan area most definitely have a European feel to it. Today ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by madmonkey55

... stop in Shanghai for a day or so. We will be in Tsingtao for Chinese New Year which will be an experience. Oh and if you wondering who I was referring to when I say we I will tell you that it's me and my girlfriend Jackie , we met while we're working on board a cruise ship and spent the last six months working in hot teaching English. It gets pretty cold up north about -20° in the depths of winter, so most people end up going on vacation in winter that I mean the ...

Qi Pan Shi (Checkerboard Stone)

A travel blog entry by bjglawe

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... The cave is located high on one of the Qi Pan Shi ridge lines and is quite a demanding hike. The cave itself is not large but high in height with a steep slope where pilgrims climb to pay homage to the small god. If they’re ambitious, they climb a bit higher to take a peek through the upper hole in the cave to see the sky.

Tiaqing Temple(太清宫& #65289; is located on the shoreline at the southern foot of Laojun Peak and build ...

Grapes are Not Just for Wine Making

A travel blog entry by bjglawe

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... just outside of Pingdu on the edge of a small village (~200 people) that looks like it was built up for the grape season. During the Grape Festival it is literally overrun with tourists. The multitude of tour buses literally park on a former garbage dump piece of land. Sadly, little care is taken by visiting tourist to keep their garbage and the small nearby stream is littered with plastic bottles and trash.

It’s a steep climb from the buses into ...

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