Shen Zhou Hotel
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Shen Zhou Hotel Lianyungang
Travel Blogs from Lianyungang
... make food and take my own into work – or if I had a long enough lunch break on teaching days that I would be able to pop back to the apartment to eat so I wouldn’t have to go through that canteen experience again! Whilst we were eating it was pretty obvious that none of us were happy with our situation but we just ate in silence and kept smiling at all the Chinese teachers.
As soon as we could leave the canteen and the school, we did! Except when we walked out ...
... randomly flagging down a taxi that
already had a passenger in. He had a loud, pushy conversation with the taxi
driver, handed over cash and told us to get in the taxi and that it would take
us back to the hotel and to be ready for a 7.30am pick up in the morning. All
very bizarre and I guess we just had to trust him, luckily we did get back to
That evening , we walked down the street that our hotel was
situated on to look for ...
... will be Shanghai! Bruce sent
us a message saying that tomorrow he will pick the three of us up at 9.30am (we
desperately wanted a lie in on a Sunday but apparently there is never a day of
rest in Chins!) so that me and Ruby can sort out upgrading our z visas to
residency permits which allows us multiple entries in and out of china, setting
up a new bank account in Huai’An and getting sim cards for this province. It
looks like it will be another busy day!!
... our cases were 3-4 kg lighter than they were saying at the airport – I guess a group of foreigners are an easy target and have the money to pay the fees. We breezed through security, it’s ridiculous how laid back the whole system is in Chinese airports when you consider how much trouble you have to go to get a visa!
Our flight was running an hour behind so we had a little wait but nothing major. When we finally did board you could tell straight away ...
... out the price of the item.
They came out a few minutes later with the price of 160...
Literally almost half of what she was trying to charge me.
Apparently they have their foreigner price and their local price.
So I sent her back in to buy it for me and cherished the little victory inside.
We celebrated with a Tsingtao in the street (600ml bottle- $1.25 Canadian)
We bought a lot of great stuff and then headed over to ...