Sanxing Business Hotel
Travel Blogs from Wenling
Well, today will be very short. Expect more tomorrow. You see, I woke up at 10 because I was making up for all the sleep I'd missed the night before to Yesterday's mountain (Huang Mountain). In any case, I got my things ready, asked for directions to get to the bus station and started walking. It is amazingly hot outside. I finally found the bus and it brought me to the station. I got on the bus from Hangzhou to Yunhe. Meanwhile, the ...
... flat screen TV, two really pretty lamps and bedside stands, a desk and chair with Ethernet connection, electric kettle and tea cups, and our own western style bathroom for $26.00. We stayed there a total of 4 nights and it was a very pleasant stay.
After picking up our train tickets we went to walk around the town. Xian is one of the oldest cities in China. It was where the emperors and many other influential people lived from the beginning of ...
... in ancient times, poets, artists and calligraphers alike would retreat into the Zhejiang hills to
delve for inner peace and source of inspiration. Trekking along, one can just picture Wang xizhi or Xu wei sitting on one of these pavilions, absorbing the beauty of these hills and envisage their next painting or poem.
We also took the opportunity to trek across some of the more remote villages. Hidden deep within ...
... I must say, after lunch, was a delicious change of pace.
Our first American dinner in China consisted of a large steak doused in spiced butter, baby potatoes, arugula salad, fried things that tasted awesome (no idea what they were, but they tasted like cheese), bean soup, and some sort of parfait with fruit on top. The meal was perfect, and a really awesome take on Americanized luxury food. I ate it all up, and then some ...
Tomb Sweeping Day is a National Chinese holiday celebrated in April. It is dedicated for the people who have deceased. It is a tradition for Chinese families to climb mountains and visit the tombs of their loved ones. They take a broom and sweep their tombs. As well they bring food for the deceased and leave it on their tombs, the family has a picnic next to the tomb to show love to their deceased family ...
Other places to stay in Wenling
No.1 Fangshan Avenue, Daxi, Wenling | Hotelfrom $49
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $31
No.158 Sanxing Avenue, Wenling | Hotelfrom $69
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $32
1 Wenchang Road, Zeguo Town, Wenling | Hotelfrom $38
Downtown, Wenling | Hotelfrom $85