Xuan Cheng Hotel

Address: No.88 South Zhuangyuan Road, Xuanzhou District, Xuancheng, Anhui, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.88 South Zhuangyuan Road, Xuanzhou District, Xuancheng.
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    Travel Blogs from Xuancheng

    A trip into an AAAAAANCIENT WORLD.

    A travel blog entry by driftingidiot on Aug 04, 2013

    87 photos

    ... NO.2. Again, I don't know if that was a good price, but it was much cheaper and I didn't think that I'd be able to get any lower by haggling. He drove me to another taxi, who brought me home.

    I went to the Koala Hostel, got dinner, met my new roomates and now I'm on the computer typing this. After I post the pics, I'm going to finish my laundry, maybe work out and then go sleep early since I have to wake up by six for my next adventure. Tomorrow is going to be ...

    Zipline into Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Jan 29, 2013

    51 photos

    ... of the zip line is it had better not be a person! It wasn't but honestly it didn't look promising for a few seconds - In fact it was padding (you can never be too sure in China, health & safety isn't really understood). The village at the other end of the zip line was as rural Chinese as you like. We entered via the path to the right of the zip line exit to scenes of villagers chopping wood, cutting vegetables and boiling food. This was genuine ...


    A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on May 19, 2011

    3 photos

    Dick and I have some times difficulties
    in understanding the signs that the Chinese put together. To us it
    often looks a language of its own. Which I call Chinglish. I give a
    few examples; when we arrived at our hotel in Huangshan there was a
    sign telling the driver to park at the “stereoscoping parking lot”.
    In the elevator of the hotel ...

    The Birthplace of Bamboo

    A travel blog entry by jess.joy on Nov 17, 2007

    3 comments, 40 photos

    ... taken this chicken from their backyard that afternoon (upon our arrival) and killed and plucked it for our dinner.   Instead, we ordered a big plate of bamboo with pork, and a plate of potatoes (a delicacy for us here!).  Our hostess also convinced us to order a bright green drink in a can, which we had never seen before.  It was yet another bamboo product.  But tasted like bamboo syrup, drenched in sugar, and room temperature.  Ha.   Fun fact: Bamboo is a ...

    When in China, Build a Wall

    A travel blog entry by teklife23 on Sep 25, 2007

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... moon of Mid-Autumn Festival) are densely packed sweets. They sort of look like more neatly packed and intricately ornated pot pies, only with a sugary interior. Their contents are typically a mystery to us, and we are sometimes surprised by less than ideal fillings such as a hardened egg yolk. The fruit filled moon cakes, however, are quite pleasent. Aside from moon cake feasting, we were able to enjoy a Women's World Cup soccer ...