Motel 168 (Hangzhou Shaoxing Road)

No.355 Shaoxing Road, Xiacheng District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310012, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Hangzhou

Strepsil, where are you?

A travel blog entry by beoms

... e sur un banc pendant un long moment. Quand j'ai commencé à me sentir un poil moins la tête en pastèque je suis retournée à l'auberge. En fait la température dans le bar attaché à l'auberge est décente donc je me suis posée là avec un thé et j'ai essayé de planifier le reste de mon séjour en Chine. J'ai aussi fait de mon mieux pour essayer d'être un peu en forme pour ce soir et le réveillon.

Zhejiang province - population 47 million

A travel blog entry by simoncardnell


... is nice it's a very 'fake' version of China. Perhaps Chinese people are trying to reconstruct their culture, as the country is changing so quickly and has become westernised. It's pretty easy to get by just spelling English and most Chinese people (in the cites at least) seem into fashion, mobile phones, McDonald's and ...

35 degrees to 1

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... fishermen and again, many more that I can't remember. Usually the first thing they all say after realizing that I'm traveling solo is 'oh how brave you are, I'm too nervous to do anything like that'. This is totally not true. Jumping on a plane/train/bus knowing that I'll find food/a bed at whenever I end up is not brave. People who move countries with only the possessions on their back are brave. The soldiers who are in ...

Tea Leaves and Too Much Food

A travel blog entry by lostinhangzhou


... at last minute, it was one we had to pay for, but the coach was only £2.50 each.

We paid up, then a notice went up this afternoon that we could only have a coach one way and we would have to walk back or make our own way, and the notice all called the place a 'tea museum' now, not a plantation. Wonderful, we all thought. . . Wrong again, we were!!

There were rows and rows of tea plants, not dissimilar to a vinyard set up, with little Chinese people in ...

Ride into Hangzhou to promote bicycling.

A travel blog entry by albarnes

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... friction than my narrower road bike tires. My bike is faster than theirs but they are not aware of this fact. I also look like a fat old man but my legs are strong from all the riding and stair climbing I do. I also will ride though pain, know how to keep hydrated and energized, and know how to pace myself. We drove at least 35 to 40 miles today. I shared the lead with two other riders as we returned to Xiasha, the others just couldn't ...


This motel, located in the Xiacheng District area of Hangzhou, is near West Lake (Xi Hu), Lingyin Temple, Yue Fei Mausoleum, and Hupao Spring.
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