Fengjing Huating Business Hotel

Address: No.62 Huaguang Road, Zhangdian District, Zibo, Shandong, 255048, China | Motel
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This motel is located in the Zhangdian District area of Zibo.
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    A little something about life so far

    A travel blog entry by wayneclough on Nov 19, 2014

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    ... a meal which is very refreshing. Stale food is very popular in China and I know what you are thinking as I have had that same thought many a time, whilst walking in the streets you may be greeted with the most unpleasant smell of stinky tofu which is very popular in China. Living in a small town it took some time getting used to the constant staring or the not so subtle whispering of “lowaai” which translated means foreigner . The constant bombarding of people asking to ...

    Shandong Zibo Day 13

    A travel blog entry by rexburnett on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... street that is a big tourist attraction for both locals and foreigners.

    There were all kinds of shops that were a little overpriced but had almost everything you could want to buy as gifts in China. Most of us split up with our Chinese partner and enjoyed the local delicacy snack, Shao Bing (Burnt Cake). Sounds yummy huh? It is a sesame see cake-cracker that can be sweet or salty. I thought they were really good. One of ...

    Chicken Busin' on the Yellow River + Beijing

    A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on Oct 02, 2012

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    ... br>
    Beijing was nuts, and I'm supremely glad I'm not in one of the big three cities. You've got to budget at least an hour to get anywhere even though they have a large modern subway and bus system. It was just like London, though without the charm of that old city. Beijing is incurably new and renovated. All vestiges of old imperial China have long since disappeared, and only a few massive sites, such as the Forbidden City, The Summer Palace, and so ...

    Afternoon Tea

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 25, 2011

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    ... time to visit her tea shop. We had already been in a few tea shops on the streets here and there, but Auntie's tea shop was a little different from the other because it had a large wooden table in the center of the shop meant for serving guests. Her shop was no bigger than the rest, but as we found out during our small tour, Auntie sells very good teas in all different ways. She has your basic box of tea packets, cylinders of ground tea, ...

    The Home Stay

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on May 22, 2011

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    If there is one thing that I carried over from the last time that I lived in China, it's that you can't always expect what you are told to actually be the reality of things. For example, before we left I was assured that there would be wireless Internet available at the university, but it turned out that their version of wireless was through an Ethernet cable that wasn't compatible with my laptop. That was the first straw that started to ...