Yao'S Cour Yard

Address: Lincun Village, Tianhuangping Town, Anji, Zhejiang, 313302, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lincun Village, Tianhuangping Town, Anji.
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    Travel Blogs from Anji

    Mogashan

    A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Nov 17, 2013

    18 photos

    ... could only have been a baffled look on my face. The village had a few pagoda's and older, what I would describe as typical Chinese architecture. This was cool to see and different from the touristy parts of shanghai I had seen thus far. To get back to the train station the next day we took a minibus down the mountain instead of paying for a taxi. Mum will be pleased to know I took the last proper seat on the bus and put ...

    YRF inspiration in Autumn Village

    A travel blog entry by piole on Nov 16, 2013

    8 photos

    "Upcoming events: Autumn Wonder Photographic Tour: Zhi Nan Village"..

    That's what my events page on the expat group read...A quick search on google and a glance through Lonely Planet, but no results!!! A flickr search gave me 2 images but thats about it...
    Checked with my chinese colleagues..and they drew a blank ...

    Shimen canyon

    A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Jun 02, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    First time I am on tour since my arrival in Shanghai. I actually had my first business trip this week and then I also went on a guided tour to Shimen Canyon this weekend.
    I travelled with a group of about 20 people and I felt very well in the group of other foreigners from the beginning on. We met on ...

    Away for the weekend

    A travel blog entry by nonlinear on Sep 08, 2012

    30 photos

    Decided to get out of Shanghai for the weekend. Headed for the fresh air and bamboo groves of Moganshan. It was very relaxing until I decided that it would be a good idea to bike to the top of the mountain. Then it turned into a work out. Some serious hill climbing. 1.5 hours to the top, and only 5 minutes back to the bottom. Watch out ...

    A water village

    A travel blog entry by cher78 on Aug 27, 2011

    ... after. We continued round the canals and back to where we started. Alan then took us round some streets and we looked in the houses, we saw barbers. We were followed up some narrow streets by some Chinese girls wanting photos. We then did some shopping. Alan bought us some sesame seed pastry things they were very hot but very nice. It was nice and rather cheap I got some slippers for 1. We then drove back to the ...