Tiantian Yugang Hotel

Address: No.267 Shengli Road, Zhifu District, Yantai, Shandong, 264000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Zhigang District area of Yantai.
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Travel Blogs from Yantai

Beach Trip, A Talent Show and More!

A travel blog entry by bittyboobangg on Jul 17, 2014

9 photos

... things I've ever done. Neither one of the girls wanted to go to sleep nor did the want to get dressed. They became really upset every time we tried getting them into bed and had huge meltdowns. It's so difficult figuring out what to do when the child can't tell you exactly what's wrong. Luckily one of the other volunteers and her translator were in the room and were able to help us calm them down. We endd up just having to hold them until they stopped screaming ...

Oh my god - I need a holiday.

A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Dec 19, 2010

Its Thursday, only one more day until the weekend and then a day and a half until Christmas holidays.... I hope I make it! It's begun to snow and this morning the temperature is minus 15. Marcie has been very sick all week and I was home from school yesterday too. Marce has a bad chest cold or maybe even a flu type of thing and I have decided that she needs a course of antibiotics. I have to ...

5 Point Heel Exploding Blister Technique

A travel blog entry by david_chung on Jul 15, 2010

1 comment, 6 photos

... I was already scheduled to go home to LA 3 times.

I wasn't usually going home this often. My first few years in London I made a point of always coming home for either Thanksgiving or Christmas and New Year, and various one-off events - Connie and my mom's first marathon run in Chicago, Vik's wedding in LA - compelled me home for a second trip home each of my first 2 years in London.

After a while, though (especially after I ...

A giant Buddha

A travel blog entry by reneelouise on Oct 04, 2009

We have met many many new people over the last few weeks, but have been spending more time with some than others.

The other day on the way to get some phone credit, Susie, Marce and I met Frankie and Apple. Frankie is British and teaches intensive ESL and Apple is Filipino and teaches Business Studies. Frankie and I have really hit it off and often continue drinking wine into the early hours of ...

Yantai and Qingdao

A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 29, 2009

... are able to ascribe to it". Most of the Western-style buildings are ex-consulates contained within a park. The signs are extremely repetitive and predicatably (and understandably) anti-Imperialist. The major detraction from the park was the Richard Clayderman blasting out on the speakers: so you see that music imperialism is fine! The buildings now house museums. There was even a museum about locks, which with delicious irony, was locked up when I tried ...