3D Xiang Hai Ming Zhu Hotel

Address: No.39 Jiefang Road, Xinzhou District, Shangrao, Jiangxi, 334000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.39 Jiefang Road, Xinzhou District, Shangrao.
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          Some big caves

          A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 23, 2015

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          ... back to Shangrao finally.

          Ingrid's husband picked us up and we spent a few hours at home before we were off again for dinner at a famous Jiangxi restaurant. Also, delicious again, but we only managed to eat about 1/4 of what we ordered. Then it was time for tea. We went to a super hipster tea house where we had some black tea and amazing soup for dessert. It was full of raisins, dates, ...

          Back to Shangrao

          A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 21, 2015

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          ... By then I was feeling bad because of all Bob's efforts, as well as all the distance his cousin brought me in his fancy SUV. They waited with me for over an hour and got me on the bus without any problems. It was really very kind and again, there was no way to repay them. I left feeling relieved that I didn't have to go to Nanchang anymore, but also feeling guilty that I caused so much concern to his family!

          I got to Shangrao ...

          I killed my legs

          A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 18, 2015

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          ... to the park and not for the cable car. So I bought a one way ticket and decided to walk down. I'm still not sure whether that was a good idea or not. The cable car up was a no brainer, it would've been at least a two day adventure if I had hiked up the mountain. This park was a pretty awesome choice. It reminded me of zhangjiajje but a lot less crowded and there were more stairs. I ambled around the platforms in the mist admiring ...

          Luxurious accommodations

          A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 17, 2015

          ... means "helpful person" to me. They told me that yes, the subway was indeed closed and one of them personally escorted me to the temporary bus that would bring me to the main train station for my next train to Shangrao.

          It cost 5 yuan but of course I wasn't paying attention and put a tenner in. Oops, this bus cost $2 instead of $1. Ha. Wherever the bus dropped us off must've been the exit to the train station, because I wandered around again, ...

          Morning: A Day Not Soon To Be Forgotten

          A travel blog entry by vince_k_moosic on Jul 08, 2013

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          ... 1997. Our first travel group will probably enjoy the pictures of the Qing Shan Hu Hotel and the Peoples Park where we used to walk our babies. That area looks pretty much the same as it did back then, while the rest of Nanchang is so developed it is incredible. But there were some differences in the neighborhood. The little park that used to be populated by little tables of vendors is now fenced in. But, the parking lot across the ...

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