Xudong Business Hotel

Address: No.1 Tuandao Road, Laixi, Shandong, 266600, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.1 Tuandao Road, Laixi.
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        Travel Blogs from Laixi

        A late birthday present

        A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 05, 2015

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        ... Thanks you guys it made my day.

        Well after this week I never, ever want to hear in the
        jungle ever again. I got my wish, I managed to sing songs with all my classes
        but man after singing it with over 20 classes its safe to say that I know the
        song inside and out. Despite having to sing it loads of times, it was still
        lots of fun. I even had one boy tell me “I really like that song” ...

        In the jungle pt 2

        A travel blog entry by jessicarombouts on Nov 03, 2015

        2 photos

        This week I thought, due to my success with grade six a few
        weeks ago, that I would try and teach my grade five a song. Now I did get a bit
        carried away with myself and in my first class I tried to teach them the lyrics
        to “Shake it off” by Taylor Swift as I thought the lyrics would be easy however
        this was not the case and the song was much to hard. Still they gave it their
        best which was good but I wont make that ...

        Mount Taishan (Tai Shan)

        A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Aug 08, 2012

        ... 476BC). It epitomizes splendid Chinese culture and was listed in the World Natural and Cultural Heritage List of UNESCO in 1987.
        ♦In ancient times, the first thing for an emperor to do on ascending to the throne was to climb Mount Taishan and pray to heaven and earth or their ancestors. It was said that 72 emperors of different dynasties made pilgrimages to this mountain. These special ceremonies and sacrifices earned the ...

        Yue Hu Park

        A travel blog entry by scorpiogem65 on Jun 16, 2010

        32 photos

        Duan Wu Jie Kuai Le! HAPPY ...somethin or other...I don't know...I think it has something to do with the 5th day/month of the Chinese New year. But then I hear it called ...The Dragon Boat Festival, but that is celebrated mostly in the South of China. I also heard it has something to do with the death of an ancient Chinese poet ...

        Teda, Tianjin

        A travel blog entry by darcyrayner on Sep 19, 2007

        1 comment, 7 photos

        I caught a bus straight from Beijing Airport to Teda in Tianjin. This is where Brenton lives. The bus arrived in Teda and I caught a taxi to the Royal Palace. Arriving here I was taken to the property maintenance office where they rang Brenton. I wasn't quite sure if I was in the right place but after 20 minutes I heard that familiar voice. We went up to Brenton's apartment ...