Pingdu Hotel

Address: No.66 Tonghe Road, Pingdu, Shandong, 266706, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.66 Tonghe Road, Pingdu.
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          Travel Blogs from Pingdu

          A late birthday present

          A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 05, 2015

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          ... Thanks you guys it made my day.

          Well after this week I never, ever want to hear in the
          jungle ever again. I got my wish, I managed to sing songs with all my classes
          but man after singing it with over 20 classes its safe to say that I know the
          song inside and out. Despite having to sing it loads of times, it was still
          lots of fun. I even had one boy tell me “I really like that song” ...

          In the jungle pt 2

          A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 03, 2015

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          This week I thought, due to my success with grade six a few
          weeks ago, that I would try and teach my grade five a song. Now I did get a bit
          carried away with myself and in my first class I tried to teach them the lyrics
          to “Shake it off” by Taylor Swift as I thought the lyrics would be easy however
          this was not the case and the song was much to hard. Still they gave it their
          best which was good but I wont make that ...

          Halloween Lunch

          A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Oct 31, 2015

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          ... this spiral of tofu that was wrapped around a skewer and covered in different
          spices, unlike Wendy and Adrian I was excited for this because I actually like
          tofu. Plus it was much better than I was expecting, it didn’t taste bad but it
          didn’t taste amazing either, it was good though. Due to the nature of food cart
          food, we were able to keep walking while eating to our next stop, which we
          never ended up getting a translation for but it sold a ...

          "P.E and Delicious Food" Festival

          A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Oct 29, 2015

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          ... of fun and I hope the kids raised a lot of money, I ended up
          buying a mask, another bean sprout (couldn’t resist) and this really funny
          picture that said “Do you work hard today” with a picture of good old “Uncle Sam”
          on it. I did feel a bit sorry for the teachers that would have to deal with the
          hyped up kids that had eating way too much **** later on that day haha

          By the time 3 o clock rolled around, I had had lunch, had a
          ...

          Grapes are Not Just for Wine Making

          A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Sep 08, 2012

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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 ...