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Q: any recomendations for fuzhou city. resonable accomodations, good eats etc...

8 years 1 week ago in  Transport & Travel - Fuzhou

 
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some cheap room and appartment lear suburb area of the city but that  should spend people more time to get inside the city center for work and bisides there may not have supermarket  and busstop around so I do not have  best sugget for  resonable accomodation right now, but in the city, I believe that you can easy to find many chinese food here, some like  fish ball /  leechee fruit  and duck with powder dry etc ...they are most popular for local  people. and hope you can like it.

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