Yu Qian Hotel

No.169 Qianyang Road, Yuqian Town, Lin'an, Zhejiang, 311311, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.169 Qianyang Road, Yuqian Town, Lin'an.
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Travel Blogs from Lin'an

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

... from the beginning on. We met on Saturday morning to start the tour with our bus to Shimen which is South West of Shanghai a bit in the mountains. The travel did take more time than expected as the last bit of the travel went on on small streets in the mountains which were actually not made for 2 busses to pass at the ...

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 ...

Hiking in China's Bamboo Mountains

A travel blog entry by rhershey on Mar 26, 2011

5 photos

... much of China. When trekking around one finds old homes that at one time had a grand elegance to them. Those who know their history know that in 1949 the Communists came to power. As a result, many ex-pats left leaving their homes for the Communists. The Communists gave these homes to Chinese as part of a relocation program. Today one sees the remnants of Moganshan’s ex-pat history.

There is more to this area than the homes. ...

One last time to Xiaofeng

A travel blog entry by ninaversteeg on Aug 02, 2010

13 photos

One of the worst factories in China must be this cooler factory in Xiaofeng.
They delay, they need stringent quality control and must be pushed continuously to complete our order.

On Sunday the factory closed, despite of all the delays and I got a day off too. Another client of the factory has also been stuck here as their products are also not ok and not finished so we ...