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

    The Seaside Chinese Town

    A travel blog entry by elphers on Jun 16, 2015

    32 photos

    ... seafood is the speciality in Qingdao (and beer, Tsingtao!- but thats another story!). I tried oysters, muscles, clams, cockles, sea snails, octopus, and loved all of them, who knew i wasn't that fussy after all! Managed to spend couple days sight seeing before starting work, Qingdao is very pleasant, it is the home of Tsingtao beer, and it is sold everywhere. There is a street called Beer street, where you can buy a BAG of beer for 30Yuan, ...

    A little something about life so far

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

    1 photo

    ... a meal which is very refreshing. Stale food is very popular in China and I know what you are thinking as I have had that same thought many a time, whilst walking in the streets you may be greeted with the most unpleasant smell of stinky tofu which is very popular in China. Living in a small town it took some time getting used to the constant staring or the not so subtle whispering of “lowaai” which translated means foreigner . The constant bombarding of people asking to ...

    Quick introduction

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

    1 photo

    My name is Wayne Clough, I am a 25 year old male from South Africa currently residing in China. I have decided to create this blog for various reasons, first and foremost is to keep my family back home updated on my time here in China. Secondly to inform potential future teachers on what living and working in China is like from my personal experiences. So as I am coming to the end of my first year here in China, I would like to ...

    Grapes are Not Just for Wine Making

    A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Sep 08, 2012

    30 photos

    ... 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 ...