Wuhu Tieshan Hotel

No.6 Gengxing Road, Jinghu District, Wuhu, Anhui, 241000, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Jinghu District area of Wuhu.
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Travel Blogs from Wuhu

The Necessity of Owning A Cocktail Dress

A travel blog entry by zolayang on Dec 22, 2011

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Christmas party dress.

Wo HAI PA !!!

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 26, 2010

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... my glasses or something... or I'm just a party pooper.

Then, we went to a farm animal place, and then we rode horses. Ohhhh my goodness. I have decided to just do things that I'm afraid of or intimidated by, like eat jellyfish and turtles, and today ride horses. So I did. Freaking a. Elise rode before me, and then Shanshan, but they assume that because I'm a boy I'm better / know what the hell I'm doing, but I DON'T. The man started to tell me ...

I ate a turtle, and I liked it...

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 25, 2010

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... moon...by going downward. ("Wow, he must have been pretty drunk to think that.") He drowned, as most highly intoxicated people would (he may also have been hanyazi?) and dolphins most definitely carried him to the heavens. He is now a God.

The park has beautiful temples to commemorate him, and then a LOT of hiking. We went on what might have been a short hike along the Yangtze River, but ended up lasting a few hours. We did a LOT ...

Ting, bu dong

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 24, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... Shanghai specialty, and no it is not shu mai at all. It's a dumpling wrapper filled with polished sticky rice, according to the translator, and baaaah, it's so gooooood. Aside from that, there was also bean curd, some rice ball sweet soup that I can't remember the name of, wonton soup, and Shanghai style spring rolls (different).

Then, we walked 10 minutes back to our hosts' apartment, where they started cooking lunch. It was almost upsetting ...

Sweet fish with a very sour aftertaste!

A travel blog entry by benabroad on Mar 28, 2007

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... have to put up with it. The humble administrators garden was next, again it was quite similar to the tiger hill, but larger, more heavily water focused and by far the most crowded (it has the reputation as the best garden). In all i would say that if you like traditional gardens, go for tiger hill, go for the lion forest for something different, and if you really like a lot of water in ...