Tonghua Hotel

Address: No.309 Cuiquan Road, Tonghua, Jilin, 134001, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.309 Cuiquan Road, Tonghua.
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    Travel Blogs from Tonghua

    How To: Seeing the Leshan Buddha

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on Dec 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... world set among greenery, caves, and mountainside. That is where I wish I had more time. Timing: Winter is the time to go! I've heard horror stories about people being stuck on the side of Leshan's face (more or less) for upwards of 3 hours trying to get down to the bottom. It took me no longer than 20 minutes. (So, I did have enough time to see almost everything even though I had to leave by 3pm but there's no way I would have seen anything else if there had been a long line.) ...

    Package Deal

    A travel blog entry by nonlinear on Mar 07, 2014

    ... resort is still operating at a huge loss. But it has only been open for a few years, and the ski industry is still in its infancy here. That being said, the Wanda Group usually makes pretty sound investments, since the CEO is the richest guy in China. And, in my estimation, it's a pretty sound investment. In 5 years that place will be packed. But for now, there are stellar deals to be had, and I just happened to "had" one.


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    October Holiday: Getting there

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Oct 03, 2013

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    This October holiday is the first time I'm really traveling alone in China. I mean, I live alone in China, so you’d think I’m pretty used to getting around and taking care of myself. But exploring a city is different when you know you’re always an easy taxi ride away from your own apartment. Also, the city that I live in is relatively foreigner friendly. They are use to a large expat community and many businesses and stores have English signs or ...

    My, what a big Buddha you are

    A travel blog entry by johannakmh on Aug 16, 2013

    1 comment

    ... Dafo quite happily. Within three hours I was sitting in a bonsai tree garden crying with pain and the other three didn't let me argue about having piggybacks all the way back to the exit- they were absolute stars.
    On the walk back something was introduced to me that I had heard of but never seen- live baby turtles sold as keyrings (you might want to dwell on that for a second) for around 2/20p each. I bought six, expect some funky presents on my ...

    Big boy!

    A travel blog entry by hannah_leigh on Nov 06, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... really don't like it to be in ur face, just the other day we were walking down a street and they had chickens in cages and the cutest bunnies!! I know we eat chicken, I'm quite happy with the end product but would rather not see my dinner alive moments before it comes out on my plate! When we got out the other end we knew we were far away from the bus stop (I almost feel cruel saying this now) a very slender and petite ...