Motel 168 (Guangzhou Luoxi Bridge)

Address: No.96 Shangjiao Village Road Section, Panyu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 511431, China | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Panyu District area of Guangzhou, is near Qingping Market (Qingping Shichang).
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      Travel Blogs from Guangzhou

      9 | Top Five | 8.19.3619

      A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 19, 2015

      ... has by far been one of the most amazing opportunities I have ever been presented with, and each person we met along with route, each fact we learned, and each event we experienced will forever be carved into my mind. If I were to pick my top five that impacted me the most though, the following list illustrates those that stood out from all others:

      1. Being served dish after dish of traditional Omani ...

      8 | Canton | 8.18.1392

      A travel blog entry by antalique on Aug 18, 2015

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      ... about the city and drink up the sights for a while. At the ports, large ships came to and fro, and Chinese junks dotted the horizons with their stern mounted rudders to improve steering such gargantuan boats in the large sea and their water-tight bulkheads designed to keep them afloat during emergencies. Silks, silk textiles, ceramics, and metalwork made their way on and off the land while people scurried back and forth trying to find the best bargain and the most stunning ...

      Hump Day!

      A travel blog entry by helenandtim on Jan 10, 2015

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      ... of activities going on. Tim is running in another marathon next Sunday outside Hong Kong. We hope to see Bradley and Lisa Davies, from PEI, there – also running in the half marathon, I think.

      Communicating on the Internet has become even more challenging here since the government has completely blocked Gmail – a huge inconvenience for many Chinese people as well as expats. We went over to visit one of the teachers the other night. Her husband is ...

      A normal city in a different world

      A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Apr 18, 2013

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      ... it’s actually very different in western influenced cities like Shanghai or Beijing. Anyway, having fun and letting go are two things that are not enrooted in traditional Chinese culture, that’s all.

      While I spend time in Guangzhou, I was already thinking a lot about what I should do with my life after I finished traveling soon, after China, something which suddenly was going to happen really soon. I had a lot of inspiring conversations with people in my ...

      First Proper Day of Work

      A travel blog entry by jcb1991 on May 29, 2012

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      Today Dave and I were shown our work space and we spent most of the day brainstorming and researching the direction we want to take with our assignment. I promise to get some more pictures up very soon! Instead for tonight some interesting customs and information: To say thank you when someone refills your tea you tap the table next to the cup. This is equivalent of "kneeling" Which they did in olden times to say thanks to the ...