Xuanhua Hotel

Address: No.59 Xuanfu Avenue, Xuanhua District, Zhangjiakou, Hebei, 075000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.59 Xuanfu Avenue, Xuanhua District, Zhangjiakou.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhangjiakou

    Down to the South

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 25, 2011

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    ... morning! I can’t wait to go to the pearl and silk markets and visit the Great Wall. I finally found out where I am going for the fall term. I will be heading down south to Dongguan, a small city in Guangdong Province with Mary D, a 2009 CSB Alum and Logan a 2011 SJU Alum. The others are placed in Jiangxi, Shanxi and Beijing. Although I have no idea what Dongguan is like it was my first choice so I am very satisfied! I will be close to Hong ...

    My Little Teacher

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 22, 2011

    ... as planned and miscommunication happens all the time. We are also the guinea pigs – it’s the program’s first time sending us off to different provinces besides Beijing. I can’t wait to settle down and teach full time (18 hours a week). Summer camp is definitely a real 40 hour full time job.

    Anyway, today was an exciting day. I took my homeroom outside ...

    Volleyball Coach

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 21, 2011

    ... volleyball.

    After about 2 hours of volleyball, a Chinese man, probably in his 50s, came in and started talking to us. He decided to be the referee. During the game the ball hit him in the chest, but he was alright. 10 minutes later, I dived for the ball and it knocked him in the head. He stumbled off balance and it looked funny so everyone was just laughing at him. Julio laughed so hard she fell to the floor and he ...


    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 17, 2011

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    ... salsa from Alejandra, a CSB grad, on the trip with me. We will probably salsa again for the closing ceremony. Two easy steps and a lot of turns!

    I love the weather here! It’s a bit chilly, but just perfect at night. Almost like fall weather in Minnesota, but a bit warmer. Hopefully tomorrow will be another exciting day and hopefully I don’t get sick since many people are starting to have the cough. ...

    Chilling in Guyuan

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 16, 2011

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    ... church and when I went inside, there were about 10-15 people praying in Chinese. After that I walked to a park with a lake, which has the theme of a swan, but Logan, an SJU alum, said that his students’ called this the Young Lover’s Lake. There were many night lights and we live very close to a bridge that lights up at night too. It reminds me of all the lights in ...