Qinzhou Mingdian Inn

At the intersection of Qinzhouwan Avenue and Gongbao Street , Qinzhou, Guangxi Zhuang, 535000, China | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by chenli


... I thought for sure that I would have missed my flight so I didn't hurry to the airport. I was just planning on exchanging my ticket, but actually my flight had been delayed a couple hours so I made it in time. I got to Nanning and got to my hotel and slept for hours and hours. Isn't traveling fun? And this was just the beginning of my trip... Erica and Gareth came from another city the next day on the train and met me in Nanning. We spent two days there ...

Chicken-pube sandwich

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


Hello from Nanning.

The journey here was another tricky one: though simply because of our lack of Chinese. We crossed the Vietnamese border easily, then took a golf cart - which seem to be commonly used here for shuttle transport - to the Chinese part of the border. A huge imposing, grey building, straight out of the Communist textbook. It was surrounded by a massive building site of public works: a rather apt entrance to this country, I ...

The Kiss

A travel blog entry by gjessee


We got up, had breakfast in our room (coffee was $6.50 a cup at the restaurant downstairs). Belinda, who always plans ahead, had instant coffee, bread and some apple-pears. We provided chocolate chip cookies. Afterwards we headed for the Nanhu Park where we would meet Stephen and Smile. Nan Hu Park was celebrating a Mum festival with elaborate mum decorations in the shape of elephants, peacocks and other animals.

Because it was Mum Festival, the traffic was ...


A travel blog entry by gjessee


... practiced. For eight years I was constantly thinking of songs I could handle. I finally felt there were a few Elvis songs I could do. "Are You Lonesome Tonight" s my favorite because you speak part of it.

Smile, Stephen and Lorrie's child, went before us. The kid not only sang, but did impersonations of people on TV. Belinda's child is less than two and speaks English and Chinese. Is every child in China a child prodigy? Anyway, I was up ...

Day 44 - Train to Hanoi

A travel blog entry by costin


... much better! Our first task for what was now the afternoon, was to buy our tickets for the sleeper train to Hanoi, hopefully leaving the same evening. We asked the girl on reception to write down our train details in Chinese script and she looked shocked when we said we didn't have tickets for a train that evening. That didn't bode to well, but the information on seat61.com said that there would be plenty of availability and that site is the gospel as far as international ...


This hotel is located on At the intersection of Qinzhouwan Avenue and Gongbao Street , Qinzhou.
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