Bai lu Hotel

Address: No.113 Xunyang Road, Xunyang District, Jiujiang, Jiangxi, 332000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Jiujiang, is near Mt. Lushan National Park, Stone Bell Hill (Shizhong Shan), Yanshui Pavilion, and Poyang Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Jiujiang

LuShan Mountain

A travel blog entry by c.lewis on Oct 19, 2014

4 comments, 28 photos

... truly beautiful, but most of it was steep inclines, rocky stairs and the promise of not much farther. Trevor eventually turned back as we got to a point where it was just too steep for his back. I went on and was exhilarated to see wild monkeys coming out of the bush on sunset, a gorgeous shrine in the middle of the mountains and found a wonderful gift for my husband. Glad to be back at the hotel and after a looong hot shower, hope that my feet forgive me in the ...

It rained, I went home early

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 12, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... sleeping manager, he deserved the rude awakening, it was him who was waking me up usually, drunk talking with his friends.

I then promptly found out the bus station was closed. At 6 am really? So, I went to another bus station that about 10 people helped me find and bought a ticket to Lushan. The bus wasn't leaving for two hours, so I walked around randomly, but all the stores were closed at 7:30 a.m. I actually needed to buy some shoes before this trip, i ...

It is not a device for holding records

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 02, 2013

9 photos

... was always one of two things: no rooms OR yes, 450/night. Given that was 3x what we were originally paying, we certainly did not take them up on the offer. Finally, a very kind girl at a hotel at which we inquired clued us in: 1 October, being the actual day of the Foundation of the People's Republic of China, was going to be pricey everywhere. However, there was a hostel down the road that would not have ...

Life Fades Away

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 01, 2013

5 photos

... to flee the mainland completely; the Communists may have found plenty of fault in the man, but he certainly knew how to party and they did, too, taking over Chiang's villa and holding a few big conferences here. Today, though you can check out some of these old conference spots, the real draw is what it was over 100 years ago: the scenery.

That's not to say you're in the middle of nowhere. This is China. There's a full-fledged town up ...

Week 2- Venturing to Deng Feng & Zhengzhou

A travel blog entry by auds on Mar 17, 2013

149 photos

... He was hoping spending time with us would help him with his English and earn a bit of extra cash. He said he could get us in to the temple for free as he knew a side ways entrance. So we started off with breakfast at the university were we had dumplings and red bean porridge for breakfast....dumplings great, porridge not so. We had to get two buses in order to reach the temple. As we were foreigners all the taxi drivers kept stopping for us. Eventually our ...