Landison Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLandison Plaza Hotel Hangzhou
A very nice hotel but it's downtown . Very close to some beautiful and name brand shops. But on a limited stopover like ours we would recommend you stay in Westlakes.
Great service and a very good hotel!
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... a comfy sleep, some laundry and a decent american breakfast we drove 1 hour to the West Lake. It is a famous Chinese lake and a Unesco World Heritage site, probably as it single handedly influenced Chinese poets and painters for generations. For those at home...it's a lake. Pretty, but just picture any number of Canadian lakes. We took a short boat ride, which the tour company picked up as a way to say sorry for the horrendous day before. It ...
Went to meet Stephen at the Wyndham Hotel at midday and went to the Nanchang Historic Cultural Street, which was full of craft shops and food stalls. We had a lovely afternoon wandering around and then decided to stop at a family run restaurant for a beer. We got served with a gallon tap and the lady who owned the restaurant introduced herself to us. ...
... I had very interesting conversations. My cab driver insisted I have a piece of gum and proceeded to have a bubble blowing contest with me. He asked if I could blow bubbles and I said yes so he insisted I take a 2nd piece of gum just for that reason. During the drive we passed part of West Lake I walked by frequently and the area where I interned, Wu Lin. Even though it was dark I could see a lot of the places I walked to while I stayed in Hangzhou, Baochu Pagoda, ...
We were picked up by our guide for lunch, who took us to a very nice restaurant. The food was divine. We had a local pork dish, home-made tofu in chilli, an aromatic fried rice, and veg. This was followed by peanut ice-cream, which was not too sweet and quite refreshing. If nothing else the trip to China has been well worth it for the food.
After lunch we briefly stopped at the 1000 ...
... spoke English. As you do in these situations, the few Westerners set up a small communication network and shared any snippets of information we were able to glean from various sources. Apparently the Chinese also had no idea what was happening so we just stayed alert to ensure we didn't miss the gate. Luckily there was a break in the weather and we made it on to the plane. Ultimately the wait wasn't that bad but of course it was very boring.