Pujing Hotel

Address: No.233 East Yashan Road, Zhapu Town, Pinghu, Zhejiang, 314201, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Pinghu.
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    Every new beginning is some other beginnings end 2

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment

    What would life be like without a struggle? Or perhaps better yet, what would life be like in China without a struggle? It seems the end of every contract ( for whatever that is worth in Asia) there has to be a "complication". The last contract was like we had a price on our heads and we where running for our lives. This year we are running out of time... It started a week ago with the handing in of our passports for clearance and work visas. NO! I lie... It started 3 weeks ago when ...

    Every new beginning is some other beginnings end 1

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... hits the fan. For most of the winter the Chinese are happy to mill about and not expend too much energy, blissfully walking around in padded pajamas through the streets; malls and restaurants. ( I kid you not). But, come the new year... And all hell brakes loose. Travel is virtually impossible, as the New Year or Spring festival, is a time when families are bound together. Family members travel by bus planes or cars to make it home on time for the new year, ...

    Mission Impossible 3: Xitang

    A travel blog entry by jmurison on Sep 21, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    I was skeptical about Xitang upon arrival at the bus station since it looked like we were pulling into an industrial park but Xitang was very pretty and a nice place to stroll around. Since we arrived in the evening yesterday, John and I woke up early to try to beat the tourist crowds to the prime picture taking spots in the town i.e. the ancient stone bridges over the river and beside the Tom ...

    Bright lights and bustling

    A travel blog entry by jamesemorrow on Nov 25, 2006

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Spent the past two days in Shanghai. Got an early train from hangzhou and arrived Fri lunchtime. Trip up was uneventful, being only 3 hours long, apart from the fact we were cramped on a 200-seater double-decker carriage... No crazy mobile-phone wiedling load-halers, this time. Residence near hangkou football Stadium (Shanghai's footy team) which is mightily impressive, although there was no turf, merely sand. Looked like the good old days at Selhurst Park. Have ...


    A travel blog entry by garethbirduk on Oct 03, 2006

    ... so I agreed. The guy said it was going to cost just 2Y (perhaps in hindsight it was 20Y but that I could live with). However, the place he took me to was clearly not the place I had asked for. It was just some small hill with a tiny excuse for a temple on top. The Mountain was on the other side of the paddy fields and didn't seem to understand that that was where I was trying to get to. However, he did say that he could drive me to some other places and back ...