Tea Boutique Hotel

Address: No.124 Shuguang Road, Xihu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310007, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Xihu District area of Hangzhou, is near Gu Shan (Solitary Hill), Ping Hu Qiu Yue Park, Fei Lai Feng, and Liuhe (Six Harmonies) Pagoda.
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      A travel blog entry by jennagatto1 on Nov 24, 2015

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      I have finally reached Hangzhou. As the capital of the mighty Song Dynasty this city is the most advanced and splendid in the world. The city itself is very large, I would say nearly one hundred miles. Hangzhou is very different than any other city I have seen on the Silk Road because it is far larger and more advanced. The city has thousands of stone bridges as well as thousands of baths. Many other cities have baths ...

      One Last Day

      A travel blog entry by salvadoralvizo on Jan 03, 2015

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      After a few weeks we have finally arrived in Hangzhou. It is by far the most beautiful city I have come across yet! From everything including many of the Buddhists such as Lingyin (which had a giant gold statue of the Buddha and tons of wood carvings), and the Liuhe Pagoda, (which does not seem to be as impressive after seeing the Iron Pagoda, but it is still a sight to behold), to the West Lake, (which puts the Five ...

      Yichang and Journey to Hangzhou

      A travel blog entry by lorivic on Sep 16, 2014

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      ... the train headed towards Hangzhou. I get the bullet train to Hangzhou so the journey is very smooth only 7 hours passing by different types of farms from rice to fish. The train journey and the journey to my new hostel is very smooth despite it being very late. I definitely prefer getting instructions to a hostel via the subway rather than buses. From what I can see my new hostel looks ok, I think I'm in a room full of boys again but will see in the ...

      That time we almost got kicked out of a teahouse

      A travel blog entry by allytiger on Jun 28, 2012

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      ... information about the history of Silk in China and the Silk Road. They have examples of the different kinds of silk and the different weaves as well as some ancient silk pieces. They had clothes from all of the different dynasties. The embroidery on the clothes is amazing, it is so intricate. Upstairs they had more modern silk clothing. The most common dresses they have are cheongsams, what people think of as the traditional Chinese dress. They also had more current ...

      No Problem At All!

      A travel blog entry by huckabrc on Jun 15, 2011

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... Since she’s older then me, 34, then its Chinese custom for me not to call her by her real name. Thus, I’m supposed to call her by her title, Jie Jie. The other persons name is Zhang Youli. Youli means beautiful friend. We had a really long conversation. Jiejie is from Shad dong and Youli from Anhui. Youli is 21. Well anyway was excellent practice for my Chinese. I’ll talk to you all another day in China!