Shanghai Hotel

Address: Dingshan Park Road, Yicheng, Jiangsu, 214221, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dingshan Park Road, Yicheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Yicheng

    Home Away from Home

    A travel blog entry by tashatales on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... class was Geography, where the teacher went over all of the main festivals celebrated in China. Although the students enjoyed this, the real joy was having the opportunity to exchange thoughts and ideas with the Chinese students. Both groups were eager to get to know each other. That was definitely a highlight for me today. Despite the cultural and language differences, the students were willing to take a risk and try ...

    Tour at Daming Lake

    A travel blog entry by zhou111 on May 18, 2014

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    ... we stumbled across a bell throwing thing. The objective is to use your brought iron coins and try to hit the bell in the middle. If the bell is hit, it will ring and a water fountain will blow water. The teachers handed out coins. managed to get two, one a complete miss and one just a little lower, oh well.

    We headed back to the bus and ride to the second tour ...

    Day 8 Viking Tour

    A travel blog entry by camkah on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... end of, or upstreams entrance to, Wu Gorge. The Daning River is also the largest tributary along the 192-kilometer, Three Gorges stretch of the Yangtze River.

    Very picturesque although the weather could have been a little better. This area was part of the region that was flooded by the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. ...

    Tea, Tea, Tea!

    A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 08, 2013

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    ... with her actions. By the end, we were all nodding that we understood, that the "Ah ha!" moment had happened and that there was no need for it to be translated. Lesley just said to us, "Oh so you understand Chinese now?" We all laughed really hard. It was really funny. Math isn't the only universal language...clay speaks too!

    We all headed back to the hotel afterwards, damp from the pouring rain we had all day. The puddles ...

    Good bye Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 07, 2013

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... but it is very expensive.

    Most of the houses are made of brick or have a stucco finish. I have yet to see a home with siding or boards of any kind. They just don't last, especially in this area when clay is so prevalent for use in not only ceramics, but construction as well. The bricks are all hand made and the roof tiles too. All the houses have their own rooftop water heating system as well, which is ...