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

    Christmas in China

    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Dec 31, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... her name. I think she's a bit scared of me due to her not being able to understand English too well, bless her. They ran around a bit, playing with balloons and hiding items and trying to find them, and eating chocs and biscuits. After the party it was bedtime, and I skyped home and spoke with everyone who was about to tuck into Christmas dinner :-) It was a good Christmas, and for those few days it did feel different and Christmassy ...

    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

    ... extra nights for ourselves in Hong Kong at the end of the month. Usually, this wouldn't prove much of an issue, but because - as everybody knows - October 1st is "National Day" in China when everyone travels around the country, getting a hostel room for a few nights actually turned out to be a bit harder than expected. I eventually sorted it out though (I think), thanks to the fine folks at hostelworld.com, so fingers crossed on that working out. ...

    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, ...

    Dongshan

    A travel blog entry by garethbirduk on Oct 03, 2006

    ... the first ticket call on the information screens. When I finally hit Shanghai at around 11.30 the Metro had long since finished for the night, but at least the taxi driver didn't rip me off and dropped me at the hostel for a fair price. It seemed I had finally turned a corner for the day and by about 11.45pm things were starting to be more normal for a change. Played a gmae or two of poker and pool over a well-deserved beer or 4 and then stayed up chatting to ...