Ruitai Hotel

No.75 Zhongshan West Road, Lianyun District, Lianyungang, Jiangsu, 222042, China | Hotel
Prices starting from $32.00
 

Travel Blogs from Lianyungang

How are you liking China?

A travel blog entry by landerh

5

... been burned, but rose up victorious.

Now I only wish I could conquer my washing machine that only makes it about 5 minutes into the cycle and then gives me an error message. My clothes have never been so unclean. If only the whole thing wasn't written in Chinese.

Anyway, that's all I have for today. My next installment will cover ebikes. Those glorious, dangerous electric scooters of fun.
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Our Trip to the Orphanage

A travel blog entry by sjstasiuk

4
5

... fed her really fast. The Nannies said it was because I hadn't dressed her warm enough, which stung a little but Michael argued for me. Then we went to visit the rest of the orphanage. We saw her bedroom first. The Nannies (about 12 in all) were just getting the kids up from their nap and they were all so excited to see Mei Mei. In her room their were mostly special needs kids since I guess she was considered special needs ...

Peter - One of Us

A travel blog entry by stevedantravel

2

The day began when we wanted as Peter let us choose how long we would sleep for, he was bloody great! Not wanting to waste the day sleeping, yes this is me typing, holiday has changed me, we decided an early start of 8 30 was good. Peter picked us up and took us to Zhouzhuang which was about an hour and a half drive from Suzhou. It is the Number One Water Town in the whole of China. This looked a bit like Venice with water all around and narrow streets beside the river. ...

Wu da niang

A travel blog entry by outofengland

1

... for pork dumplings but were left confused over what vegetables were in them as the characters didn't look familiar. On tasting them we had chosen pork and celery. Erghh celery! Who likes celery?! They actually weren't too bad, as you get a chilli, garlic and vinegar dip which masked the celery taste a little. The dumplings ...

Two flat tyres and a dead battery.

A travel blog entry by outofengland

... of being late and when asked where our bike was we explained to Bruce and Ethan what happened. After school, Ethan took us to another garage to get it fixed, we were there for hours, the battery was completely drained of life, we had to buy a new battery. This cost us 280yuan, which wasn't a lot in English money, but is a lot by China standards. Ethan offered to pay some, but I refused. ...

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