Zhong Tian Hotel

No.62 Jida Jingshan Road, Zhuhai, Guangdong, 519015, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Jida area of Zhuhai, is near Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Zhuhai Seaside Park, Dongao Island, and Baili Island.
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Travel Blogs from Zhuhai

Last Hurrah and Linkin Park!

A travel blog entry by emj2013 on Aug 20, 2013

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... the world and the future. One more short bus ride later, we arrived at the Expo with crowds streaming in, found beer and the cue to get to our seats ... and within minutes of us sitting down, they started playing! Timing!!! They played old favourites, new tracks and extra ones from soundtracks, the atmosphere was gig level electric and adrenalin flowed as we jumped around, sang/yelled at the top of our lungs and revelled in our incredible seats and the view that we had from ...

City of dreams

A travel blog entry by mrpeters on Jun 05, 2012

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... see the Panda's eating. Once finished in the Panda halls, we left to look at the rest of the park. Ostrich, monkeys, birds and other wildlife. All up it was a very good day. We eventually hailed down a taxi and took a short ride back to the Venetian.

The Venetian was very attractive, we walked into the shopping halls, where you are greeted by the roof painted like the sky, it could have been a clear day with ...

Macau, China

A travel blog entry by bmah on Nov 07, 2011

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... unexpected. Yup. A bungee jumper. Too bad we didn't get a photo. Wonder if that would've even turned out.

At the base area we checked out a bakery.

Was getting into late afternoon, early evening so we wanted to make sure we actually had a return turbo jet trip. Headed back to ferry terminal. And yes we did have a 3+ hour ride back.

Even with our later start this was another long day.

Macau: China's Oft Forgotten Middle Child?

A travel blog entry by mchao on Sep 18, 2011

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... to house, you guessed it, Moor soldiers who guarded the island from invasion. Not well, it seems, but divine intervention did the rest--Macau was invaded only once and that was by the Dutch. The island, though having a fortress, was woefully inadequate to defend itself in the face of a Dutch fleet. So as the Dutch marched in victory closer into the city, a lucky hit from a cannon fired by a priest hit the Dutch gunpowder store, decimating the invading army ...

No Country for Old Men

A travel blog entry by acota_99 on Jan 02, 2011


... one with no visas. I spent two hours this week pulling paper together, going back to the local police station and re-registering with the new passport and paperwork. I am going to wait until the Chinese New Year is over and finish seeing if I can get my resident permit to finish out the year. I will have to repeat all the steps above, yet again, once I get the new visa with the new passport!

Maddening. Exhausting. Wrenching. Heart-seizing. ...