Shang Cheng Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Our hotel was a lovely Chinese house and a very good choice. Our concierge remarked that they had 24h warm water in the hotel (which after living in Shanghai seems to be commonsense everywhere places but of course is not normal in a country like China). And she said that we would even have one of the two rooms with river view which was indeed nice. The view over the houses was intereting – very much the China from the countryside. I will post a ...
Huangshan Mountain adventure time!
Our trip began Sunday morning. Laura had advised us all to get a good American breakfast to start our big trip off well. I went with Clair, Jared, Kyler, I'sha, Troy and Mitch out to brunch, but that plan fell through a bit. We had originally planned to go out to a place with a real varied selection and 10 yuan crepes, but then it started pouring and some people didn't want to walk so instead of that we went 3 minutes down the street ...
... one of the eastern coastal provinces of the People’s Republic of China. Among the area, many cultural resorts, historic attractions and famous relics. It is not only an outstanding place for tourists but the one in-between the developed coastal regions (including the Shanghai economic zone) and the inland areas. Jinhua is an important communication hub, with its highways and railways linking to all parts of the province as well ...
... for the students to use.
The university makes strenuous efforts to open up to the outside world. In recent years, ties of academic exchange and cooperation have been set up between this university and 77 foreign universities and institutes in more than 40 countries. The University has been authorized to accept short-term, long-term and government scholarship international students, and ...
... nearest train stations.
This are the name of the small train station we stop before reaching my destination;
Binzhou, Zibo, Laiwu, Linyi and Zaozhuang are in Shandon Province, In Jiangsu Province are Xuzhou, Suqian, Chuzhou, Yangzhou and Nanjing the capital of Jiangsu Province. At Zhejiang Province we stop at Huzhou, Hangzhou, Shaoxing and finally I arrive at Jinhua.