Qingquan Hotel

Address: No.1 Qingquan Street, Loudi, Hunan, 417000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Qingquan Street, Loudi.
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    Travel Blogs from Loudi

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 23, 2015

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    ... was chaotic. Our time on the island was spent efficiently thanks to a people mover. Our Mt Yuelu, Aiwan Pavilion (1792) experiences were taken with 1000s of locals. So once again dinner was very early on our way home to the hotel. Tom and I had a 4: 30 am start for the airport and Shanghai in the morning.

    This proved to be easily organised with the concierge however, not without paying a penalty for getting the doorman out of bed!

    A month to go...

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on May 25, 2010

    ... village, we realized that the only available restaurants are old ladies' houses. Our particular old lady led us down the winding path to her house. It's a big structure in the standard architecture of Chinese river villages, meaning it's a 3-story house where each successive layer is actually wider than the one underneath. Inside was a large single room and in the back sat her firepit for cooking. She pushed some kindling into the pit and the wok was soon ...

    Looking towards home

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on Apr 13, 2010

    ... br> Next year it looks like we'll be teaching either in Chengdu, Sichuan ( in western China) or else Changsha, the capital of the province I'm in now. We're crossing our fingers for Chengdu since they're a better city, especially for foreigners. More culture there, but still spicy food. Just can't get away from the spicy food. A few WKU alumni are probably going to teach in the Changsha university too so ...

    New Classes Begin!

    A travel blog entry by tony.wong on Mar 15, 2010


    ... br>
    I've also begun taking advantage of the lack of piracy laws in China. After asking around a bit, I found some good websites for downloading movies, games, music, whatever. So if anyone has some good ideas for new music then leave a comment or else email me. It's easy to keep up with American news but harder to keep up with pop culture.

    Over the weekend, Kirby and I visited Emily in Hengyang since our ...

    Fenghuang - real China

    A travel blog entry by ashinway on Oct 22, 2007

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    ... water - people i have found the solutionto spicy food (take note mam) Having to drag myself away from this town (don't have any ATM's that accept Mastercard)bused it to Guilin (speciality snake dishes) i am now in Nanning (home of dog stew) and a bus in the morning will take me to Vietnam. Am trying to save time to trip indonesia so Vietnam here i ...