Shangchuan Hilton Hotel

Address: Building A No,12, Zone 2, Feishatan, Shangchuan Island, Taishan, Guangdong, 529200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Building A No,12, Zone 2, Feishatan, Shangchuan Island, Taishan.
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Travel Blogs from Taishan

Venetian Macau

A travel blog entry by rcys on Oct 25, 2007

2 comments

... praying gesture. Her first card was a 6 and her second card a 9 (15) vs the dealers 8. Guess I'm not in too good with that God. It was not a very good start to a longshot bet even under the best of circumstances. Unflinchingly, I waved my hand towards myself and said Em, eum goi(5 please, in Cantonese). (I know all you wannabe home mathematicians can't wait to post a comment about why I didn't ask for a 6 right now, but you can't be greedy so I always ask for 1 ...

Looking for roots

A travel blog entry by cusicon on Oct 20, 2007

1 comment, 20 photos

Though out my life I had always wondered where my dad was born and how he grew up in China in the 1930-40's. As children we'd try and imagine what it was like to live in a village in Taishan, a little place in south eastern China. He lived with his mum and sister, surrounded by an extended family whose members would all have a common great-great-great father. He would reminisce on how he would traipse barefooted in the fields or ...

Macau

A travel blog entry by dekalb77 on Aug 15, 2007

17 photos

... the last Portuguese claim in Asia until 1999), called Largo do Sonado, and a decent history museum. The biggest tourist thing to do in Macau is to see the ruins of St. Paul's Church. Only the front facade of the church remains after a fire destroyed the rest of the church in 1835. There's a grand staicase in front of the church, which, to me, resembles the Spanish Steps in Rome. At the bottom of the stairs is a mosaic walkway which leads to Largo do ...

Mysterious Macau

A travel blog entry by yoni on Jun 30, 2007

25 photos

... kitchens and food stalls. These streets open onto historic squares surrounded by dramatically illuminated Mediterranean style buildings. It's a sensual feast best enjoyed in the evening. But we have to get back to Zhuhai before the border gate closes at midnight. So we jam as many sights in as we can and taste some of the local specialties including the egg tarts, which are like made in heaven when they are fresh from the ...

Ficken n' Chish

A travel blog entry by squeak_1912 on May 11, 2007

... the biscuits. There are lots of portugese black and white mosaic pavements which reminded us of Rio and some lovely squares to sit in and watch the world go by. We went to a couple of good museums, one was a refurbished old pawnshop and another was all about Chinese tea and teashops. A lot of people rave about the portugese and Macanese food in Macau but a lot of the restarants looked liked tourist traps so we gave it a miss. Instead we went to a ...