Qingsharushilou Hostel

Address: No.6 Ximenpo, Fenghuang, Hunan, 416200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.6 Ximenpo, Fenghuang.
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Travel Blogs from Fenghuang

Ten days to Hong Kong: part two

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on Jul 03, 2015

... and wait 3 minutes. -Using the serated edge of the Spork, cut and add as much banana as will fit. Stir. -Pierce the top of the milk carton and add half the contents to cool, loosen and sweeten the mixture. Stir again. -Scoff smugly, accompanied by the rest of the milk and banana. Breakfast is the undoubted high point but somehow the remaining hours on the hard seats pass. Late in the afternoon, with us stopped in the middle of nowhere again, an attendant appears with ...

Chapter 38 - The Phoenix City

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Jun 08, 2015

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... shoving to get a good seat on the bus. The journey there took 7 1/2 hours. Not quite the 25 I spent travelling from Formby to Barcelona or the buses of Vietnam but it still seemed to take forever. The scenery was incredible, high mountains squashed together with tight valleys in between. However after one hour of this, the journey quickly returned to its monotonous state. It didn't help with the guide constantly talking in Chinese for 4 hours straight towards the end ...

Neon Disneyland with 'thumping dance bars..'

A travel blog entry by poppyaebdavis on Jan 19, 2015

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Fenghuang is one of the top 30 places to visit in China in our guide book and we were promised a quaint little town where houses are built on stilts along with some 'thumping dance bars.' When we arrived in Fenghuang at night and the whole town had gone nuts for neon. It was bizarre. Worth visiting just ...

Impact of Tourism - Miao King City

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 12, 2014

33 photos

It is definitely evident that tourism plays a large economic factor in local economies in China but I question at what cost is this occurring? The day began with a stop to look at fields of tea being grown. I guess I never really thought about the difference between black and green tea but learned today they are made from the same plant leaves and the difference has to do with fermentation. After this brief stop we went to visit Miao King City. This is an ancient village but ...

Fenghuang

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 11, 2014

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... of us in the group. Luckily I was successful and didn't order anything crazy. After dinner, we wandered the streets for a bit and passed by a massage place where you put your feet into a fish tank. There are fish in there that swim around your feet. It is supposedly relaxing but definitely not something I wanted to try. We passed on this massage place and opted to go to a pub sort of place that ...