Pu Quan Hotel

Address: 90 East Songling Road, Zibo, Shandong, 255100, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 90 East Songling Road, Zibo.
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    Travel Blogs from Zibo

    Shandong Zibo Day 13

    A travel blog entry by rexburnett on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... to in life do we. :)

    After checking into the hotel at around 6 pm we headed out to the local China Construction Bank ATM, which seems to be the best bank to withdraw money from if you have a foreign account. We tried Egg tarts and other cakes at a local bakery and walked the street markets buying toys, ice cream, and other gifts.

    We have a long day tomorrow touring Confucius' home, temples, and grave.

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    Tai An

    A travel blog entry by taty.anna.5 on May 31, 2014

    Mountain Tai - 1,500 + kilometers above sea level Considered a sacred mountain Heaven and earth were one and when it separated the earth became the body and the head became the mountain. Used for sacrifices during the many dynasties. Emperors would make their pilgrimage up the mountain during their years. Buddhist and Taoist Pangu- creation myth. The mountains are his body mt tai is his head. The moon and the sun are his eyes. Humans are the ...

    Afternoon Tea

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 25, 2011

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    ... when hot water is poured over him. While Auntie cleaned the cups and leaves in preparation, she would dump the unusable water over the toad and make him light up with warmth! As her guests, we were served three kinds of delicious tea; oolong cha (乌龙茶: flower tea), hong cha (红茶: red tea), and pu'er cha (普洱茶: I'm not really sure what this tea really is). As if all that tea ...

    The Home Stay

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 22, 2011

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    ... but instead of drinking it the tea must be dumped. Once the leaves have been washed and the cups have been rinsed, you're ready to serve the tea, but you can't just pour the tea straight into the cups. Instead, you must move the teapot in a circular motion as you pour. I have to say that this lesson was hen you yi si (很有意思: very interesting)!

    After learning the proper technique of brewing and ...

    Tourist Time

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 18, 2011

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    ... watermelon pink with blue stripes. According to him, it was a less gay pink, but I think it just looks silly. Overall, it took them almost two hours to find one weird pink shirt and one red shirt....men.

    The masquerade that evening was very fun, but not quite what we expected. It kind of reminded me of jr. high, when no one wants to dance because they think they will look stupid. I guess the Chinese don't have dances through school ...