Tai He Hotel

Address: No.386 Baling Middle Road, Yueyanglou District, Yueyang, Hunan, 414000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Railway station area of Yueyang.
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Travel Blogs from Yueyang

Time for Tea

A travel blog entry by leahjing on Jun 19, 2015

3 comments, 41 photos

... the tea cups and the tea, explaining what makes tea good, describing how the tea steeps itself and telling us where this particular tea is grown. It reminded me of a wine tasting event in the U.S. Jenny obviously also knows a lot about tea and has a deep appreciation for it. It was a really fun experience. We bought some chrysanthemum tea for home, and Jenny got her favorite yellow tea. The experience was somewhat repeated later when we returned to ...

A Special Day

A travel blog entry by leahjing on Jun 18, 2015

6 comments, 16 photos

... when we heard Jenny say breakfirst, we cracked up. So breakfirst at the Dolton hasn't really changed - a lot of Western food, sprinkled with Chinese noodles, rice congee and corn on the cob. Because who doesn't eat corn on the cob for breakfirst. The really cool thing about our meal was that we sat at the same table I particularly remember sitting at with Leah 13 years ago when I was feeding her rice congee for the first time. She was so cute chewing it ...

Country lanes, tired brains and a birthday

A travel blog entry by 14nationalband on Sep 11, 2014

5 photos

... on was the mother of all traffic jams getting out of the city (nearly an hour and a half to get to the freeway). Nor could our map apps predict how awful Chinese country roads are. Traffic driving both ways on both sides of the road. Cars, bikes, motorbikes, children, chickens, dogs all catastrophically sharing the road in some strangely organised disorganisation. There’s a new motorway going in adjacent to that whole part ...

Mia's City

A travel blog entry by missycarlson on Jul 14, 2014

5 photos

... Americans which made eating and communicating a lot more challenging. Breakfast was an authentic Chinese breakfast buffet complete with noodles, rice and other delicacies. Eating is always an adventure since we are never sure what it is or what is in it. We are using chopstick 100% of the time so I'm now quite adept at using them for rice and even noodles. We did venture out before leaving for Mia's orphanage...on our own...Mia was convinced we would die when we tried to cross ...

Tea island

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 05, 2013

29 photos

... where to get the cheaper ticket and I got on the boat with everyone else. Guess what?! No lines or crazy crowds on the island! It was cool, I bought some tea for Joe because he was working and I'm cool like that. Plus I think he hates me for putting him through trauma on Thursday. This is a tiny island, folks. But surprise surprise, I managed to get lost once again. Five hours of wandering after I got off the boat, I found the boat again. I dunno what is going on with ...