Super 8 (Longyan Development Plaza)

Address: F10-F11 Trading Center Development Plaza, Longyan, Fujian, 364000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on F10-F11 Trading Center Development Plaza, Longyan.
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Travel Blogs from Longyan

Hakka Village

A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Feb 02, 2015

21 photos

... terraces.

The Hakka buildings were amazing. the families used to live communally in a fortress type building, with the animals on the ground floor and living accommodation above, very similar to Shakespeare's Globe.

We had a tea tasting session and walked through little stalls selling tobacco, fruit, crafts and tea.

A really lovely trip, which only cost us 218RMB for the whole day from 7.20am to 7.20pm. Fabuluous!
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Exploring the Tulou

A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Dec 17, 2014

2 comments, 69 photos

Took a day trip by car to visit a few Tulou clusters near where I was staying. The Tulou are absolutely stunning. Self contained multi-story villages. They all had wells in the interior courtyard as well as sometimes wells in the living spaces. The first group I went to was vey peaceful because it was earlier in the morning and not the huge tourist draw. Had a great time wandering around. Then I went to see "King Tulou" the claim to fame of which is that it's ******* huge. Like really ...

First Day at the Tulou

A travel blog entry by carlabroad on Dec 16, 2014

4 comments

... from me to help her get the right strings. (One gets so used to making it that one forgets how complicated a few of the moves are. And it's so subconscious for me that I had to keep starting over to remember the steps.) Anyway, I doubt either of them will be able to exactly reproduce it again since it's really pretty complicated, but it's amazing how string figures transcend language barriers. They didn't speak a bit of English and ...

Guilin in the morning and on to Xi'an in afternoon

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Jun 06, 2014

14 photos

... scary : ). At the top, people used the restrooms and we went through a gift shop with ALOT of Buddhas. Jenny and Larry went dow together this time because Larry wanted to show Jenny something on WeChat, the Chinese social media website. I went dow the Mark this time. He talked a lot about his niece who plays soccer and his nephew who plays lacrosse. He is a librarian at Drexel University. Half way down, I got off and David paid ...

Who Said Houses Had To Be Round Anyway?

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Aug 21, 2012

139 photos

... the advancement of time this tranquil little place could have trapped me for days without me realising. Again its a cobbled streets and wooden buildings affair, pinned to the riverside by the valley walls rich with greenery. Idyllic. As if to start they way he meant to go on my driver then took me to the oldest remaining roundhouse. Yuchang Lou was built between 1308 and 1338 it is miraculously not only still standing but still very much active. People still live in the ...