Shuiyue Qinghua Hotel

Address: No.16 Jiuzhou Avenue, Xuanzhou District, Xuancheng, Anhui, 242000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.16 Jiuzhou Avenue, Xuanzhou District, Xuancheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Xuancheng

    A trip into an AAAAAANCIENT WORLD.

    A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Aug 04, 2013

    87 photos

    ... After I started walking off, she started following me happily. I couldn't feel any more guilty. So I started walking faster so that she couldn't catch up (with her limp). I do feel horrible, but I can't take the cute little dog with me, no matter how much I want to. I really hope she survives and finds a family to take care of her. I really, really do.

    I went to the front area of the town and found these kids, they started using my camera, taking pictures of ...

    Zipline into Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jan 29, 2013

    51 photos

    ... bottles from an old Blue Peter programme. Still hilarious in its own right and we managed to get lost in there if that is possible! We begrudgingly got a taxi ride back (more expensive than getting there - thats the con) to Hongcun and got some great shots before heading back to Tunxi by bus. Shenzhen next by train leaving Tunxi station around 9pm (via the 24 hour bakery shop, noodles and several bottles of celebration beers). Hong Kong and the lovely Bea next ...


    A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on May 19, 2011

    3 photos

    Dick and I have some times difficulties
    in understanding the signs that the Chinese put together. To us it
    often looks a language of its own. Which I call Chinglish. I give a
    few examples; when we arrived at our hotel in Huangshan there was a
    sign telling the driver to park at the “stereoscoping parking lot”.
    In the elevator of the hotel ...

    The Birthplace of Bamboo

    A travel blog entry by on Nov 17, 2007

    3 comments, 40 photos

    Without much direction, Kait and I boarded a bus headed for the village of Dipu, rumored to be surrounded by the largest bamboo forest still in existence in Eastern China.  It holds the title The Birthplace of Bamboo as named by the government.  Not to mention, it is where a lot of the scenes in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon were filmed. Roughly 6 hours of rainy travel later, we stepped out of our 4th vehicle of transit (from bus to next bus to yet another bus to ...

    When in China, Build a Wall

    A travel blog entry by teklife23 on Sep 25, 2007

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... this may be, it was clearly embraced by the peanut gallery as every German attack was greeted with a rising chorus of hope. We may get the opportunity to catch the Semifinal game between our beloved USA and Brazil depending on the departure time of our train. We have also been treated to some excitement at our school, as one lunch was marred by a fight between the vocational school boys, including a handful from one of Kevin's ...

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