China Telecom Hotel Jishou

Address: 3 West Tuanjie Road, Jishou, Hunan, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3 West Tuanjie Road, Jishou.
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        Charming Ancient City

        A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 21, 2015

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        ... around.

        One of our tour highlights came the next day when we walked around the back alleys and laneways of the ancient town of Fenghuang. The area near the river is delightful especially near the city wall. We were taken by boat to the other side of the river for lunch and found this a very relaxing and peaceful experience.The town is situated on the western boundary of the Hunan province. It claims to be one of the two most beautiful towns in ...

        Phoenix Town

        A travel blog entry by gncook on Sep 30, 2015

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        Finally found fried rice for breakfast after two mornings of **** Western style. With a late bus arrival and waiting 30mins for tickets, we only just made our train. We had a short train ride, lunch in Huiahui and an hour long bus trip to Fenghuang (Phoenix town). It was over ten hours of travel to get from Xi'an. Phoenix Town is a traditional/ancient city made for tourists - home to the Miao people. It is set on the side of a river with multiple pedestrian bridges ...

        Then and now in Fenghuan

        A travel blog entry by midge_david on Sep 16, 2015

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        ... climbed hundreds of steps and crossed a wobbly rope bridge to see a giant bronze Phoenix, a potent symbol in Chinese culture... though this one looked more like a star from Wallace and Gromit's Chicken Run.

        And in the evening the whole place becomes illuminated. Red Chinese lanterns are dotted on balconies. Music blares from bars, and just below our balcony there is the thwop-thwop-thwop of a pair alternately hammering with giant mallets something sweet ...

        Day 16-17: Fenghuang, China

        A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Aug 10, 2015

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        ... it was also a classical example of the ongoing "Disney-fication" of Chinese tourist sites - arriving in the late afternoon we found that all of the traditional wooden buildings on the river had been converted into bars and by 6pm the heavily crowded streets were full of the sounds of bassy music. It couldn't have been much further from what I had expected to find, but it was still a fascinating place. As the sun set, miles of fairy lights (which covered almost every building ...

        Chapter 38 - The Phoenix City

        A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Jun 08, 2015

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        ... Chinese language, we were able to use Chinese websites to book our trip. the only downside would be that I would have to suffer from the ignominy that is a Chinese tour group, masses of pushy people making lots of noise and elbowing to take pictures of the smallest of things. I would see them every day walking past my apartment to go to the Yuelu Mountain, being herded like sheep, all wearing ridiculously bright hats and making it impossible to walk to dinner let ...