Portman Lake Yiew Hotel

Address: Block C&D Commercial&Cultural Square, Danghu Town, Pinghu, Zhejiang, 314200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Block C&D Commercial&Cultural Square, Danghu Town, Pinghu.
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    Travel Blogs from Pinghu

    Hangzhou International Day

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 28, 2014

    46 photos

    ... leave at 8.30am. In time for what? Why are we leaving anywhere? I didn't know, and didn't ask. On Weds morning I woke up at 5.30am, and Ms Liang and I left the house before 6.30am. The ticket counters at Jiashan South station were yet to open. The earliest train to Hangzhou was the 7.23, which was the train I got. Turns out it was a slow train so I didn't get to HZ until 8.15, and then I ran to get the metro, and when I got to Wulin Sq I ran to meet the others at the meeting point. ...

    Shanghai Sundays (and Jiashan on Saturday!)

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 27, 2014

    84 photos

    ... before going back to Serena and Ms Liang. I was sad to say goodbye to him. Genuinely sad.

    Yesterday I met up with Sandra and her host family - her host dad is German, his wife is Chinese and they have a 2 year old son called Aiden, and the host mum is due to give birth again next month. We met in the Pudong area, this is the area that has all the famous high ...

    Wedding!

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 18, 2014

    49 photos

    ... she was still sitting in the car. I couldn't see what they were doing! Too many people and doors in the way! But then the wedding party went up to the flat. The groom carried his bride - brave man, as there was no lift and the flat was on the top floor :) I hovered around outside, there were a couple of men hovering around too, 1 of whom I recognised from the dinner the night before. After a while the wedding party returned. Serena and I went into the car of a woman who was ...

    Dinners

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 17, 2014

    ... I am a non-drinker). Also -- what Chinese people refer to as wine may not necessarily be wine as we know it, I'm pretty sure it is some kind of spirit, a very strong one at that. They drink it neat in the tiniest glasses I have ever seen. Anyhow, I decided to just have a tiny glass with him, after all, it was a tiny glass. So I did and he went away happy, having shook my hand and welcomed me to China. It was strong stuff. I'm glad I didn't have ...

    Strolling Ancient Streets

    A travel blog entry by unstuck on Nov 05, 2011

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... br>
    We also couldn't help but notice that just about every person we passed
    stared down our guide until their necks couldn't twist any farther.
    This made me feel a bit nervous, but then I realized it was probably
    just because of his size. The locals often mocked what he was saying as we passed, which made me think he is kind of notorious for giving unknowing
    tourists tours for more than they're worth. Eventually I realized he ...