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

    Zhangjiakou Snow Valley tour

    A travel blog entry by spsero on Jul 30, 2015

    33 photos

    ... that patch of spuds won't recover I can give you the tip on that!

    Organising some photos of the boys together before we start to split up. Now one thing that The Chinese people love is Australians, but really love red headed Australians, so asking for
    photos is very common. Wayne, one of our Syngenta reps is one of those red heads, and over the last couple days has had photos with heaps of them, bit like a celebrity, being an ongoing ...

    Down to the South

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 25, 2011

    4 photos

    ... very top floor (5th floor), which got kind of tiring climbing (but then you get used to doing that in China, eventually). I taught about 7 of those girls. Pretty bought me ice cream and gave me a peach and wanted to feed me instant noodle. As I look around the room she told me that it was a nice room. There was mold on the ceiling and Pretty was eating grapes and spitting the seeds on the floor. As I looked at her a bit in surprised she ...

    My Little Teacher

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 22, 2011

    ... for the closing ceremony. We were sitting around in a circle and a little girl of about age 6 joined our circle. She started singing and dancing and wanted to teach us. We started calling her our teacher and she even pretended to act like one! She is definitely an outgoing one! She introduced herself and said she’ll teach us English even though she didn’t know any. She even made me ...

    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 ...

    Yashinda

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 17, 2011

    2 photos

    ... us to the square where people dance and exercise and play sports. When I got there, it looked like an ice skating rink from afar. They even had an amusement park there! We got on the swings and it was a longgg ride. Yashinda was able to hook us up so we did not have to pay. I got so dizzy from the swing. The park also had all the zodiac signs and a big work out area. Chinese parks are so interesting! They ...