Weifang Grand Hotel

Address: No.381 Shengli East Street, Kuiwen District, Weifang, Shandong, 261041, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Kuiwen District area of Weifang.
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    Travel Blogs from Weifang

    Bye to Mountain Tai

    A travel blog entry by marlou on Nov 11, 2013

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    Bye to 泰山, 五嶽之首, 泰山老母 Went to 木雨石factory 4 hrs driving to Weifang 濰坊 三頁餅-濰ࢺ 6;specialty 景芝景陽春 ;酒廠and lunch. Good deep fried dishes, fish and chicken, with wine. Kite ...

    Kites day and night

    A travel blog entry by chabuquita on Apr 21, 2013

    ... Foreign Language school where we met with teacher from England, India and other speaking countries. That evening we went to see the kites wired with lights and flying in convoys (some of them) the others very large and shining with colorful lights. At this point the temperature was freezing with a ver low windchill factor.
    ill finish later ...

    Weifang

    A travel blog entry by starbuckchris on Apr 21, 2013

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    ... first stop was a huge art Exhibition at the massive Shandong-Taiwan Convention and Exhibition Center. We saw the aforementioned exhibit put on by the school that we visited first the day before. The center was of epic proportion and filled with hundreds of booths where artists sold work ranging from paper cuttings and embroidery to kites and massive wood furniture. We had our pictures taken many times with the kids in their booth.

    Since we ...

    Celebrities from USA in Weifang!

    A travel blog entry by sabjean42 on Apr 21, 2013

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    ... The mountain included about a million ginger roots and vast quantities of various edible greens. It reminded me of the Philadelphia Flower Show with vegetables. The exhibits were crowded with long lines to enter and included all ages. We were photographed many times, we saw no other Westerners.
    About 5 pm we were escorted to another banquet hall with local leaders, many dishes to sample and many toasts. Many photos! I drank lots of tea although other drinks ...

    I Am A Hero

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 13, 2011

    Today is our last day in Qufu. In a few hours, we will be heading back to Beijing and spending the night there. Tomorrow, we will reunite with the other group (who went to teach in Jiangxi) and then we will head to the next camp together. The next and the last summer camp is in Guyuan, Hebei. It will probably be very hot there and I'm not expecting any awesome living conditions at this point.

    Yesterday, we spent the day touring ...