Fantewild Hotel

Huaqiang City Square, Yinhu North Road, Jinghu District, Wuhu, Anhui, 2401009, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Huaqiang City Square, Yinhu North Road, Jinghu District, 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

    10 photos

    ... m AFRAIIIIDDDDDD!" Then all these old men were at the corner, and heard me saying Wo hai PAAA, and they just said "Bu hai pa!!!" Don't be afraid!

    I was terrified, but then I remember reading about how smart horses are (in a story about the recession and how people had to give up their pet horses), and that they can sense your feelings, so I sat there with a forced smile, thinking I was so upset but saying to myself "I'm so happy. I love you, ...

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

    A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 25, 2010

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    ... our hosts. Oops, walking overload. We went to Cai Shi Ji, which is the burial place of the celebrated poet, Li Bai, who was a ridiculous drunkard. There was a lovely statue of Li Bai with the caption "Li Bai Drunk off of Wine," and apparently that's how he spent most of his time. He wrote all his best poetry under the influence. Funny story though, he also DIED. He saw the moon in the water from the edge of a cliff, and decided he would ...

    Ting, bu dong

    A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Aug 24, 2010

    1 comment, 10 photos

    "Ting, bu dong" means "I hear, but I don't understand," and we say that a lot in China. Actually, I'm saving that one for the next time someone really annoys me in Beijing, teehee, but yes, it's a useful phrase in asking for clarifications.

    Anyway, this morning started off early, with Elise and I exploring our neighborhood again, down a different street. We could not resist buying a small sesame green onion pancake, and milk teas. Then it was ...

    Gardens, Canals and People's No.1 Silk Factory

    A travel blog entry by markl on May 11, 2007

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Tour of Suzhou. Known as the 'Garden City' and yet another 'Venice of the East'. Note to self, how many Venice of the Easts have we been to now? Visited the Master of the Nets Garden. Very pretty but spoilt by endless lectures from our ever so eager guide. Try to spend time walking alone in the garden if you get a chance. Also visit more ...