Ying Zhou Hotel

Address: No.76 Kaifang Avenue, Yancheng, Jiangsu, 224002, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Tinghu District area of Yancheng.
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Travel Blogs from Yancheng

School Adventure To Xuyi Tianquan Lake & Temple

A travel blog entry by eddakath on Apr 15, 2015

50 photos

... in the Han Dynasty and the construction project took more than fifteen years to complete. In later dynasties, the temple had become so famous that a large number of new temples ...


A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Dec 07, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... dinner, again with foods I have never seen before. There was a bowl with what looked like a rice bubble bowl upside down in it. The waiter then poured a sauce over it and immediately smashed the rice bubble bowl. It had looked so cool up to that point.

Breakfast at the hotel ( seven foreigners are hard to miss. Did they wonder at all where we came from and whether we had stayed illegally), and then a visit to the ...

The roller coaster ride ...

A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Sep 01, 2014

... teaching on Wednesday, however I had an uneasy feeling about the school. I didn’t think that the students were cared for particularly well, they didn’t have any freedom and the school just wasn’t the best to be honest but at this point I was thinking that I would be OK once I had settled into the school and routine a little Bruce took us to see our apartments when we left the school. The apartments are literally a two minute walk away from the school ...

First full day in Huai'An

A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Aug 31, 2014

31st August

Today, we all thought we were going to get a lie in, but our
Bruce had different ideas. We had to be ready for 9am sharp because we were to
run ‘errands’ – basically we needed to get sim cards, register at the local
police station and get bank of China accounts.

It was tipping it down all day which is never good (China is
particularly grim when it rains) , but when you are in and ...

Seeing our school and finding our feet in Huai'An

A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Aug 30, 2014

... far worse than reality! The little girl, who was only around 12 years old, showed us how to order and helped us pay, she even went to collect our food and bring it to our table. We asked her if she would like to join us for food but she said she had to be back home in a little while, it was getting dark so we assumed she had to be home by the time it got dark. We ordered pretty much the same food as we had last night with Bruce plus some vegetable fried ...