Posts Tagged ‘Shandong Travel’

Penglai Travel

Penglai Travel

Friday, April 17, 2009 22:51

Associated with the Eight Immortals of Daoism, who drank wine here before making their mythical crossing of the sea without the aid of boats, the castle-like pavilion complex of Penglai Ge affords dramatic views out to sea from its ...

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Yantai Travel

Yantai Travel

Thursday, April 16, 2009 22:26

Yantai is a deepwater harbor city situated on the north coast of the Shandong Peninsula, famous for its clocks, fruit, and locally produced wine. Most travelers pass through en route to Penglai to the west, but the Yantai Museum ...

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Qingdao Travel

Qingdao Travel

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 20:56

The breezy seaside city, Qingdao is a colorful port on the Shandong Peninsula. Where its namesake beer is brewed, pretty Qingdao's charms derive from its German textures, namely its cobbled streets, red roof tiles, distinctive stonework, and tree-lined avenues. ...

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Qufu Travel

Qufu Travel

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 18:18

Qufu lies in Shandong Province of China. As the birthplace of China's most revered sage, Qufu occupies a hallowed place in the minds of not only the Chinese, but also the legions of Japanese and Koreans who come here ...

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Jinan Travel

Jinan Travel

Monday, April 13, 2009 18:07

South of the Yellow River as it makes its final thrust for the sea, Shandong's capital is visited primarily by travelers en route to the popular sights of Tai Shan, Qingdao, and Qufu. It was known for its many ...

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