TripAdvisor Reviews Xisen Hotel Dezhou
Travel Blogs from Dezhou
Tai = too/biggest/greatest/highest
Shan = mountain
TaiShan is actually not the highest mountain in China, probably not even close, around 1.5km above sea level. It's the perfect hike for a day hike, only 4 hours from base to summit. I took the central route both ways, so every step was paved and every 10 minutes you see rows of hawkers selling everything imaginable, including small ...
This will be our last day in Tai'an.
We spent the morning practicing for the afternoon ceremonies and students had a good last chance to hang out with their Chinese counterparts. While the morning was pretty low key the afternoon was anything but.
After our last school lunch (no more mystery meat sticks) and a afternoon rest (no more of those in America) we went back to ...
I apologize for the lack of photos I finally have some time to add some to each post as the past few days have been quite busy as we end our time in Tai'an.
I can tell some of the kids are really getting homesick and as much as they have loved this trip they are looking forward to being back in Nebraska. Today we had the opportunity to continue our Chinese medicine class and see how suction cup therapy worked. Some ...
4:00am starts make for tough days. We all eventually arrived in Dezhou after being split into two groups, taking 2 flights and 2 busses to our next hotel. The flight was only an hour and the coach just under 2 but by the time we had checked in to the hotel and headed down for lunch we had already been up for 10 hours. There isn't really anything (shopping wise) close to the hotel and the hotel restaurant is certainly the only eatery. ...
... look than the 20 minute speed-date back in Shanghai.
It wasn't compulsory by the way, and a few Australian Solar Council (ASC) delegates actually did go to the Great Wall. But for me, the allure of seeing more of this companies products, displayed in what could be something that approached an Eco-City... Well - I had to go!
...So it was another work day. But seriously, I can't even begin to treat opportunities like this as "work".