Qingliangfeng Mountain Villa

Address: No.710 Tangchang Street, Changhua Town, Lin'an, Zhejiang, 311321, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.710 Tangchang Street, Changhua Town, Lin'an.
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Travel Blogs from Lin'an


A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Aug 04, 2013

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... and the guy kept yelling at me, telling me that that was the only way I was going to get home. I didn't like his attitude and his high price, so I walked off. As SOON as I did, One taxi driver who had been watching us immediately offered 100. I didn't like the price, but he was straight to the point, nice, and offered me a better price, so I went with it. Funny thing: when I was going to accept, the original taxi driver also offered 100. I didn't like him so I went ...

Shimen canyon

A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Jun 02, 2013

2 comments, 12 photos

... lesson. The rain stopped for exactly an hour and that was the time to make our first moves. It was really good. Unfortunately we couldn’t hear much what our professional Tai Chi teacher told us as the waterfall behind us made too much noise but it was great fun and the scenery was amazing! I might go for a second ...

Zipline into Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jan 29, 2013

51 photos

'Huangshan mountain' - Totally mad day yesterday and the leg and stomach muscles were feeling it. After a mad dash to get a taxi on the high street to the bus station before 12 noon and a 2 to 3 hour bus journey we found ourselves in Hongcun. Scenes from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon were filmed here - namely the ones of the bridge entering the town and the rooftop chases. Our main destination was the Bamboo forest which featured in the fight ...

A water village

A travel blog entry by cher78 on Aug 27, 2011

... walked to the gardens and saw them making combs. The garden was the Garden of Quiet Meditation. Wish the Chinese would take the hint. Inside were the usual things which make up a garden keeping the ying and yang. We saw a man cutting paper and he can cut into 1000’s of pieces to make a picture. We walked over a small street and into a big square with lots of people sitting around waiting for something to ...


A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on May 19, 2011

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Dick and I have some times difficulties
in understanding the signs that the Chinese put together. To us it
often looks a language of its own. Which I call Chinglish. I give a
few examples; when we arrived at our hotel in Huangshan there was a
sign telling the driver to park at the “stereoscoping parking lot”.
In the elevator of the hotel ...