Motel 168 Zhongshan Xingzhong Road

Address: No.63 Zhongshan Third Road, East District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528403, China | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Dong District area of Zhongshan, is near Chung Shan Hot Spring Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Zhongshan

    The venetian

    A travel blog entry by cheang.ernest on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... we had to take some picture and visit, we start our VE trip , first we go to the food zone, when I look up I surprised immediately, I look at the clock, it was only 4 o'clock, I was stand while the eyes open, the pillar the painting everything is fancy, the artificial lake is just like the dragon which swinging on the lake, looking at the time, it's the end of the whole ...

    Taipa Houses Museum

    A travel blog entry by macauhistory on Jan 29, 2014

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    ... br> we went to the Taipa Houses Museum, in there , we saw a beautiful lake, houses museums, and saw some people took the marriage photos, Taipa Houses Museum was a beautiful and peaceful place, when I was sitting there ,I felt very relax, and I felt all problems seem disappeared, Macau was a international city, life stress was very ...

    Day 4. Its Off to Macau

    A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... to follow the tall girls in uniforms with long legs and short skirts to the free casino shuttle buses. We can see The Sands from the ferry terminal, so we decide this is a good option from the 30 odd buses available.

    The Sands was disappointing with unhelpful non English speaking Portuguese staff, nowhere to sit and have a drink or food that was non-smoking, and lifts that are closed unless escorted by security. By the way, did ...

    Zhongshan, the first days...

    A travel blog entry by missfit on Mar 27, 2013

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    ... my way around the store. I ended up buying towels, an iron, a decent knife, cutting board and crockery and also some food (fruit and snacks) for around $100. The same things in Oz would have cost around $250-$300 I expect. With three rather large bags in the middle of a thunderstorm, I had to make my way back somehow. Remember no one speaks English. So I pushed the trolley outside and tried to hail a taxi in the ...

    The Sighs of Macau*

    A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Dec 29, 2012

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    ... impressive acrobatic, high diving and motorcycle stunts tenuously strung together in a storyline about rescuing a girl from the evil queen. For me the star of the show was the stage. Set in an especially built theatre in the round, it was a massively inventive circular hydraulic stage that could transform into a 25ft deep pool and back again into a dry stage in seconds.

    After dinner – and we seemed to be eating entirely at the ...