Pujing Hotel

Address: No.233 East Yashan Road, Zhapu Town, Pinghu, Zhejiang, 314201, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Pinghu.
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    Travel Blogs from Pinghu

    General musings

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Dec 09, 2014

    4 comments, 38 photos

    ... by the window or aisle, shouting across the whole train as they figure it out. A couple of times people have come to me and asked where their seat is (?!) or thought that I am sitting in their seat even though I'm clearly not!! And I show them my ticket and point to the character by the seat that says "window/aisle" (it's in Chinese and English) and they mumble "hao de, hao de" (ok, fine) and sit where they're supposed to be sitting. I wonder if this is the first time people ...

    Biggest Button in the World!!

    A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 16, 2014

    3 comments, 11 photos

    Today we went on a daytrip with a Chinese tour group to Xitang - an ancient Chinese town which is dubbed the Venice of China. They filmed mission impossible 3 there. The tour guide did not stop speaking on the microphone for the entire trip. Probably annoying if you could understand what he was saying as Jiedi could. Unbelievably irritating and actually quite painful listening to it if you can't understand a word. At least we managed to pick up some good facts about ...

    Xitang - City of Tom Cruise

    A travel blog entry by jmurison on Sep 20, 2010

    5 photos

    ... said narrow streets. There are even a few pictures of crazy Tom in town - I'll try to take some pics tomorrow when the light is better.
    We went out for a walk this evening and grabbed dinner beside one of the canals, then just strolled around for the rest of the evening. There's a tradition here where people fold up paper into designs, light a candle inside, make a wish, and then float the paper and the candle off on the water. Sarah bought a ...

    Bright lights and bustling

    A travel blog entry by jamesemorrow on Nov 25, 2006

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and down the Oxford-st-esque Nanjing Rd, dodging the kamikaze drivers of the so-called nanjing fun bus (one of those electric tractors that are disguised as dogs / lions / child-friendly objects and pull loads of tourists along at a speed close to walking speed). More like the Nanjing-mow-down-westerners-express. If the physcho train doesnt get you, then the hawkers probably will - dozens of the little fcukers offering suits, dresses, handbags, dvds, watches, ...

    Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by garethbirduk on Oct 02, 2006

    ... think she must have been related to Matteus) were gone and in their place were Veronica, some Swiss girl, and a Chinese girl whose name evades me. Went with them to the cheap cafe Anna had shown me but it was closed, it being the holiday season and all. Spent the afternoon washing and trying to sort out the bras that found their way into my laundry. I think I worked out which ones ewre mine. Decided ...