Star Hotel Harbin

Address: No 186 Chengde Street, Daowai District, Harbin, Heilongjiang, 150020, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Daowai District area of Harbin, is near Sun island (Tai Yang Dao), Zhongyang Street, Church of St. Sophia, and Siberian Tiger Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Harbin

    A Quiet Week

    A travel blog entry by catherine.m._ on Apr 26, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... ingredients used to cook it. Another experience I would describe as less pleasant was when I tried the pig’s foot. It was a little bit spicy and it was mostly like trying to eat fat and bones.

    Next week, I will keep working at the kindergarten, except on Friday because of the international holiday. On Wednesday, it will be my birthday but I do not know exactly what I will do yet. I will also see two of my friends from the Heilongjiang University on Friday or during the ...

    A Retrospective Week

    A travel blog entry by catherine.m._ on Apr 19, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... ate dinner at a Pizza hut. It was my first pizza since I am in China and I really enjoyed it, it made me realize how much I miss food from home!

    Next week, maybe Tuesday or Wednesday, I will go see the movie Fast and Furious at the cinema. I will also have a picnic with friends but I do not know when exactly. I will keep teaching English at the kindergarten like usual and I hope that things will keep improving! ...

    A little of Tourism

    A travel blog entry by catherine.m._ on Apr 12, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    Recently, my Chinese teacher in Quebec put me in contact with some university students here in Harbin. I had the chance the meet them this weekend and I am glad to finally have friends of my age! Together, we visited parts of the city.

    First, on Saturday, I made a little boat ride on the Song Hua River. To get there, we took a cab and then we walked for a while on a path with trees on one side and the river on the other. We reached a little boat which had around 60 sits ...

    Good to know!

    A travel blog entry by catherine.m._ on Apr 05, 2015

    9 comments, 5 photos

    ... people respect it. In China, I would say that this principle almost does not exist. In a path that is supposed to be for pedestrian, cars or small vehicles frequently pass and people have to step aside. Cars are sometimes randomly parked in those paths and it seems normal to everyone. To me it just seems like there is no restrictions at all and that cars can go pretty much where they want. Taking a taxi ...

    Good and Bad Sides

    A travel blog entry by catherine.m._ on Mar 29, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Do you know the feeling when you think you are invincible and that the jetlag does not apply to you? I did felt like this during the first 3 days of my trip, but that was before I came back to reality. Let's just say that the feeling of invincibility was replaced by the one of endless tiredness. However, it did not stopped me from living other great moments.

    Indeed, it barely makes two weeks that I am in Harbin and I already gained a Chinese family. The ...