Xinyue Hotel

Address: No.539 Laizhou North Road, Laizhou, Shandong, 261400, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.539 Laizhou North Road, Laizhou.
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    Travel Blogs from Laizhou

    A little something about life so far

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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    Nothing could prepare me for what I would experience so far in China. Most people would think that the teaching aspect would be the most difficult to adapt to, but I have thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching in China so far. The students are great and love engaging with a foreigner for some it’s a bit of a frightening experience, seeing a foreigner for the first time. The most difficult adaptation I have made would have to be that of food. Chinese food as we know it back home ...

    Quick introduction

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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    ... I taught 6th and 7th graders computer technology for a year. Fast forward a year and we find my current position here in China. Arriving in China nothing could have prepared me for what was to come. I took a job in a very small town called Guangrao this is situated in the province of Shangdong. Upon arrival in China I was given a piece of paper with a bus schedule and the Chinese characters for the bus station. I was never warned ...

    Qing Dao to Yantai, 225 km

    A travel blog entry by happy-go-lucky on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... as а big bowl of noodle soup for anyone who is still hungry. Today the drive is not too tiring. We reach the hotel early and prepare for tomorrow. Early morning we have to go to the pier to load our trucks to the ferry that brings us to Dalian.




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    Grapes are Not Just for Wine Making

    A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Sep 08, 2012

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    ... but in the distant you could see the sad remains of a mountain harvested for its rock; thus why they call this “northern China’s quarry”. Much of the base of several mountains were stripped of the beautiful white rock to be sold as building material, base material, and sidewalk or patio blocks. Many of the Chinese were unhappy that the government did not protect the landscape more.

    On the way back to our bus, we could also purchase ...

    Laizhou - Real China Immersion

    A travel blog entry by bleebowers on Mar 17, 2008

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... guardrail, on both sides, going both directions. In other words for every mile of road, there was four miles of guardrail. Now we know why steel prices have gone crazy the last few years. The law of supply and demand is evident. Side road - we then got off of the toll road and headed toward Laizhou (Population about 100,000) It lies almost directly north of Qingdao close to the Bo Hai Gulf. Interestingly this city of 100K people ...