Zha Pu Hotel

Address: No.2 Huhang Road, Zhapu Town, Pinghu, Zhejiang, 314201, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Zhapu Town area of Pinghu.
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    Travel Blogs from Pinghu

    Every new beginning is some other beginnings end 2

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... our release letters from our previous employer. In order to get a new work visa, you have to be release from your previous employer to be employed by your new employer, who are responsible for you during your employment with them. Feeeuw!!! Usually you need to end your contract in order to cancel your foreign experts certificate and then reapply for a new visa and certificate. New medical checks and whatnot. Somehow we managed to get all the paperwork done and hand them in before ...

    Every new beginning is some other beginnings end 1

    A travel blog entry by goinggong on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... and money. It is a very common sight to see someone with giant shopping bags laden to the max with all manner of gifts ( fruit; nuts; toys; medicine; quilts and other mystery items that we will never be privy to. In the north of China is was a good gift to bring animal feed. ). Trying to navigate a suitcase between the aisles of bags and feet and slow moving bodies is a frustration on its own. The smells permeating from bags and bodies would make a masochist ...

    Mission Impossible 3: Xitang

    A travel blog entry by jmurison on Sep 21, 2010

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... After posing 'Asian style' for a couple of pictures next to the bridges and Tom Cruise, we headed over to the open square to get some breakfast. For the equivalent of about $5 we had fried dumplings (su jiozi), some fried potatoes (toudou si) and a crepe filled with egg, fried bread and some tasty spicy sauce and spring onions (qian bing). We sat down on a ledge to eat and the local crowd since most of ...

    Bright lights and bustling

    A travel blog entry by jamesemorrow on Nov 25, 2006

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... and down the Oxford-st-esque Nanjing Rd, dodging the kamikaze drivers of the so-called nanjing fun bus (one of those electric tractors that are disguised as dogs / lions / child-friendly objects and pull loads of tourists along at a speed close to walking speed). More like the Nanjing-mow-down-westerners-express. If the physcho train doesnt get you, then the hawkers probably will - dozens of the little fcukers offering suits, dresses, handbags, dvds, watches, ...

    Dongshan

    A travel blog entry by garethbirduk on Oct 03, 2006

    ... in time to get the 502 at 6pm. Fair enough I thought. However, about hald-way around the region he decided to renegotiate the price. Luckily I had seperated my money into different wallets and showed hin I didn't have enough for what he wanted. He had said the price would be 200Y, or as I haggled him down to 120Y, to now include a boat ride to some little island or somewhere on the lake. Seeing as I wasn't going to be able to get the ferry as planned ...