- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYeohwa Resort Wuyi Shan
Everything about the stay in this hotel was perfect. It was expensive (115 USD) but it was seriously worth it. The breakfast is AMAZING, with a large variety of Chinese, American, Japanese and French dishes, meat, cakes, breads, salads, soups, cereals, dumplings and fruits and really everything. The room was spacious, comfortable, and offered more than I've ever seen in any other 5 star hotel, including salt for bath tub, four sets of robes and slippers, umbrellas, makeup removal kits and a bunch of other things you never imagine you'd find in a hotel. It had both a shower and a bath tub, both with never ending hot water and good water pressure , and the beds were SO soft and comfortable- a rare treat in China.
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Travel Blogs from Wuyi Shan
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,
Flowers and Lanterns, both on the same evening.
I didn't even know it was Valentines Day until I headed into town ...
... past two and a half years. It was also awesome to see that Mimi had gone about redecorating the entire hall along with recovering all of the tables.
Then it was dinner time!
We met in a small restaurant down a small alleyway ...
... ended up being almost eight.
From snow to snow, here though;
There is more than enough lovin’ warmth to be shared.
Due to freezing cold temperatures most of the week’s daylight hours were spent sleeping and reading as no one wanted to leave their apartments to join Frosty the Snowman throw ...
... that weren’t part of any travelling term break, blog them and see if they are enough of an answer.
I also offer the following (lose sight of the shore) that a friend found on the net and emailed to me some time ago and as to my interpretation of what a real life and job is…..
To me a ...
... valley to the little shrine/temple thingy and here we took the track taking us to the left which led us down stairs and into another valley filled with tea trees. Walking in this area really shows you that anywhere in China every little piece of usable space is used.
This part of the walk is barely ever walked by anyone other than the happy smiling farmers you ...