Rising Business Shuidiaogetou Hotel

Address: No.19 South Section of Xinghai Road, Xingcheng, Liaoning, 125100, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Xingcheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Xingcheng

    Huludao Travel Guide

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 03, 2012

    ... weather is chilly in winter and torrid in autumn. The annual rainfall is concentrated around the months of July and August.
    ♣When to Go: It is no doubt a good idea to have a holiday at the seaside in summer.
    ♣Local Products: Chinese gooseberry, white pear, straw knitting of Suizhong County; jellyfish.
    Scenic Spots:
    ♣Xingcheng Haibin National Park (Haibin: ...

    A Relaxing Day At The Beach

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 12, 2011

    35 photos

    ... by the locals after many generations.

    Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
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    The soundtrack to this entry was by Chinese Wu Bai
    The album was ‘Li Hai’
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    Another Wonderful Ming Dynasty Walled City

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on Aug 11, 2011

    61 photos

    ... from the at town!

    He thought we’d arrive at 3:30am but thankfully we arrived at 1:30am and after grabbing a cab to find a cheap hotel I was told by the Dong Xing Hotel (in the LP) to take another cab and go stay at the ...

    Shenyang

    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 20, 2009

    At this point I'm going to break the linear narrative, not through any modernist pretensions, but merely to address a point which in a sense transcends the chronology, or in other words, is ever present. It relates loosely to my earlier characterizing of the excessive use of car horns as an orchestra. Only this time the issue is the zebra crossings. It's not just that many drivers ignore them, it's that all drivers ignore them. But they simply ...

    Xingcheng pt.2

    A travel blog entry by mert1149 on Aug 17, 2009

    2 comments

    ... supplementary dumplings and strips of raw beef, both of which are cooked in the "cauldron". To avoid food poisoning, I needed to be gesticulated at: only when the dumplings rise to the surface are they cooked!

    Tomorrow I travel to the capital of this province by train. Unfortunately I've just noticed that I only have an unreserved ticket, which essentially equates to a standing ticket. Fortunately, it's only a four hour trip, which by Chinese standards is ...