Hai Zhu Hotel

No.4 Jiangnan Avenue North, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510220, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Haizhu District area of Guangzhou, is near Chimelong Water Park, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Temple of the Six Banyan Trees (Liù Róng Sì), and Liuhua Gongyuan.
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    Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

    So much to do, so little time

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Oct 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... from the airport, and let themselves in with the barely-hidden key, so were waiting at home for me after work.

    On Thu morning Don wanted to go out for breakfast and Carol wanted to go to the little village of Zhongcunzhen that we had visited last time (where they were stared at the whole time they ate lunch!)

    So off we headed, walking, since the temp has now decreased to very pleasant mid-high 20's. This time we walked ...

    Back from Japan

    A travel blog entry by helenandtim on Oct 05, 2014

    4 comments, 26 photos


    Our first break from school is finished. Although it seemed a little early for a holiday, we were ready for one! We flew to Tokyo last Saturday from Hong Kong, but stayed at the airport, away from the demonstrations. It was interesting to see the contrasts between Japan and our part of China.
    First - there was no humidity! Temps were in the mid 20s and for the first time since we left, we felt a chill in ...

    Yuexiu Park and flight home

    A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Sep 28, 2014

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    Spent the morning exploring Yuexiu Park were the locals were exercising, relaxing, play games, singing etc.

    I thought I'd go to the airport via subway. It was so easy and cost only a couple of dollars.

    When I boarded the plane I again found someone in my seat. The crew member found that we both had a boarding pass for the same seat. After some time, the couple of moved to the seat in front.
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    Liuhua Park and walk about

    A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... or moving side to side. Some men were shuffling around, others like we're just taking everything in.

    I then went walk about. It was fascinating watch people go about their business. I enjoyed the unusual foods on offer along the way.

    I went into a restaurant for dinner, the staff were all excited about having a westerner in the restaurant. I was given tea and the cutlery and pressured to order before I could checkout the pictures in the menu. ...

    Broken leg trumps long legs.

    A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... br>
    Going though Chinese customs was again an ordeal, being frisked while all your passport and possessions are just sitting there asking to be pinched.

    Got my fist flight on the huge Airbus 380 and was given a great seat with heaps of leg room, but when I boarded I found my seat was occupied with an elderly lady supposedly with a broken leg, so I guess that broken leg trumps just long legs. The lady was well attended, assumedly her daughter gave her multiple ...