Tiantian Yugang Hotel

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

Water Park, Costumes, and Chaos

A travel blog entry by bittyboobangg on Jul 16, 2014

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Once again another fun filled day here at Bring Me Hope!! Both girls were well rested and ready for another busy day!! The morning started with breakfast, nothing spectacular but the kids seems to enjoy it. Especially Ling Ling, who will each just about anything!! We did discover that she does not like potatoes or cucumbers but that's about it. And if you've ever been to China you'd know that there are sometimes some weird dishes set before you on the table. And ...

Rain, rain go away...

A travel blog entry by murrayrudd on Sep 15, 2011

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... senior government fisheries people from China, Korea, and even Mongolia (I did not know that Mongolia would have fisheries interests...), I should wear a formal suit.

Ooops... Did not bring one of those along. But I have an academically royal blue corduroy jacket, a nice blue shirt, and some Martinique quasi-jeans. Oh, and my only black shoes were some Campers with blue shoe laces... But, I figure I am a westerner and just ignore ...

The Aluminum Destiny

A travel blog entry by david_chung on Jul 17, 2010

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... Thus they might contrast China vs. France during the Enlightenment or vs. England during the Industrial Revolution (for some reason they rarely compare vs. the US, perhaps due to the whole having been around a fraction as long).

But China's just too damn big for that model -- a more appropriate one would be to compare against, say, the Roman Empire: Guangdong corresponds to Asia Minor (greatest concentration of population and ...

Kung Fu Mode Part 1

A travel blog entry by beijing-jaime on Feb 11, 2010

1 comment, 3 photos

... Everyone seems to be here for quite a good chunk of time, and then they all have plans to travel around China or Southeast Asia, or Europe before returning home, and starting life all over again.

We came back early, and I managed to have a lukewarm shower before bed.

Wednesday came. Breakfast. Run. Morning training, which consisted of conditioning. We had to hold horse stances (squatting with your legs shoulder-length apart, toes facing forward), with weights. So ...

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 ...