Shuiyuan Villa

Address: South of Dam, Lin'an, Zhejiang, 311305, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on South of Dam, Lin'an.
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Travel Blogs from Lin'an

Escaping Shanghai for the Tea Fields of Hangzhou

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Nov 05, 2014

2 comments, 106 photos

... and best Chinese (HA! What a joke!) and said “Ni yo cha, ma?” which I think maybe means “do you have tea?” she looked a little confused so I said “wo yow cha” ( I want tea) then rapidly said “duey bu chi” (I’m sorry!) and stepped down a few steps. By this time Casey, Lisa and Sadie were all right there with me and she was able to indicate to us with gestures that we were MORE than welcome to come inside ...

Julian's send off at West Lake

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 16, 2014

1 comment, 47 photos

... the buildings or the river.

After our epic thigh workout, we got the bus somewhere and had lunch. I learnt that that awful meal I had in Ping Hu (oil galore) is called Hot Pot, and that is what we ate on Thurs haha.

This hot pot was a far nicer experience as the restaurant was clean ...

Life flows easier with... part 2

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 15, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... Serena. She is not my daughter or even sister, but us au pairs talk about "the kids". We take "the kids" to school and pick them up. I laugh so much at the things Serena says and she is probably by best friend in China. And to think that earlier this year I lived in my flat in Harrow, went to work in an office and then came home and watched TV. I never even knew of Serena or Ms Liang or Mr Yao ...

The duck was pretty delicious

A travel blog entry by pandyana on Oct 07, 2014

7 photos

... br>
On the way home we got our second dinner, KFC, and munched it on the train. I did some maths, and R did some reading of sorts, and we all lived happily ever after. The end.

This is one of the trips that is just simply far easier to explain via photos. There was much admiring of centenary and much eating and much discussion, and it's far easier to show you that.
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Yangshou to Hangzhou

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Oct 01, 2014

... to put seats up, tables up, belts on and put window blinds up. Eventually we were given a drink - for me it was orange juice and then a snack box containing, bizarrely, a bread roll, a small sachet of some sort of pickled cabbage and a piece of chiffon cake. I was hungry so it all went down & the cake was nice, but it was all rather basic. We were glad when the flight, our last internal one, was over and after a long walk to the baggage claim, our bags were amongst ...