Ziyuan Hollyear Hotel

Address: No.1 Binjiang Road, Dong'An Economy Develope Area, Dong'an County, Hunan, 425900, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Binjiang Road, Dong'An Economy Develope Area, Dong'an County.
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Travel Blogs from Dong'an County

Summer 2015

A travel blog entry by mbryred on Aug 13, 2015

... s right: sorting, packing, renting a storage unit (and filling it up) and all things related to moving.Ruth has always loved the RV and wanted us to live in it. Well, it's just her now, but it may be just what she needed. She had been calling around and someone told us to try the Terra Buena place just up the road, 1/2 mile away (and closer to shopping.Amazingly an RV spot had just become vacant and we passed background check, so I made out a check for first, last and deposit. ...

I Wanna Ride the Pony

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 23, 2013

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So, for the first time since arriving in China, I was sort of at a loss for what to do. I had a whole weekend stretched ahead of me and I couldn't think of anything to fill my time. So Nathan and I decided on an impromptu trip to XiaoXiang Park. I had passed a few times because on the way to Tae Kwon-Do my bus stop is right next to it. It looked so beautifully lit up at night that I resolved that I must see it. That and it's ...

The Day I Met Chinese Nanny

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 10, 2013

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So Martin, Nathan and I had promised Chen Ying, YangYi and Tiffany that we'd go to BingJiang Park with them this Sunday. We met them outside the school store and they promptly escorted us to the bus.
The bus ride was actually pretty informative. Once we passed through downtown and crossed the bridge to the East Side I had no idea where I was so Tiffany pointed out a few landmarks for me. The bridge is called XiaoXiang bridge and there's a huge bookstore directly ...

Park Life

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 09, 2013

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... creams but, when the woman asked if I wanted another one, I told her in Chinese that I was getting too fat. All the people in the street laughed and told me I was thin. Just thought I'd mention that to clarify, Chinese people do not think I'm fat anymore. Take that all you Chinese people that called me fat when I was last here.
Since I'm a nutcase and I don't like to miss out on photo ops, I coerced Martin and Nathan into walking further down the street with me. We ended ...

Seriously Guys, I Should Really Start Teaching Now

A travel blog entry by madisonplantier on Mar 05, 2013

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... all rather confidence boosting.
After showboating, I proceeded to showboat even more by showing them some pictures of MY LIFE. For the record, I have done 20 classes now with the same pictures and I can categorically say that all Chinese kids love Buddy. They love him in his little Christmas hat, they love him in his little birthday hat, they just plain love him. And yes, this slideshow did involve several pictures of Buddy. And one photo of my family. You can see where ...