Tarshan Hotel

Address: No.10 Tashan West Road, Weihai, Shandong, 264200, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located in the Huancui District area of Weihai.
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    Travel Blogs from Weihai

    Just when I thought it was all over…

    A travel blog entry by floveh on Jul 24, 2013

    ... how you were so glad to have a place to shower after not showering for 2 days because you just can’t imagine doing anything in a place where the toilets had maggots and flies everywhere.

    Alright, am feeling better already, hopefully I can get to the beer brewery in Tsingtao and get my hands on those wonderful Tsingtao stouts and sell it at the dorm and make some money to raise funds for my accommodation for the next ...

    Weihai Travel Guide(Shandong China)

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Aug 10, 2012

    ... of the hills are less than 300 meters (984 feet) high. Its seashore area is winding with numerous interleaving headland bays, harbors and islets.
    ♦Climate: Situated in the mid-latitude zone, the city enjoys a temperate continental monsoon climate, with four clear seasons and seasonal winds. Compared with other cities at the same latitude, Weihai has abundant rainfall. Influenced by the sea, Weihai is cold in spring, ...

    The last week

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 25, 2012

    69 photos

    So our last week in Weihai was very eventful from me forgetting my own name to singing a Chinese song on stage at a huge fancy gala. The end of our first week in Weihai ended on a high as we all took part in a sailing race. We were in teams of 3-5 and had to complete a course around boats, children and rubber rings. The first team to finish all 3 laps we crowned champions. This title was graciously accepted by Oliver, Jay and I. We even managed to lap a few teams on ...

    It's all knots

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 10, 2012

    ... from Canada to China when he was 13 and was now a sailing instructor by 18. He told us that we would be sailing on catamarans but first we had to learn a few simple knots that as hard as I try I can’t remember what any of them are called, I don’t think I could do them again anyway. Then we had to learn how to put all the sails up and get the boat into the water. This was a lot easier than I had thought, pulling ...

    The Party

    A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 09, 2012

    26 photos

    ... take a guy called Emmet to a fish restaurant for his birthday. I hate fish but I’m happy to say, I tried everything from Oysters to king prawns. Didn’t like it but I’m very proud that I ate it. I’m not so proud of myself when it came down to the alcohol. In China they have a drink called Bijou. This is nasty stuff! That mixed with the amount of beer I drank resorted into a very drunk Yasmin. From the restaurant we headed into town in search ...