Chinese Overseas Hotel Jingmen

Address: 78 Xiangshan Avenue, Jingmen, Hubei, 448000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 78 Xiangshan Avenue, Jingmen.
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Travel Blogs from Jingmen

Teachers' Day and a Few Other Updates

A travel blog entry by rbaird3 on Sep 12, 2015

3 comments, 14 photos

... and handed me a spoon. I was picking up as much rice as I could fit in my mouth! I just keep telling myself that she did it to be nice, and not because I looked like I was struggling. Like, I know I haven't grown up using chopsticks every day, but I don't think I'm that bad with them that I need a spoon for my rice!

People here also use umbrellas All. The. Time. It's mostly just women who use umbrellas when it's sunny, and only maybe a third of ...

Some Random Updates

A travel blog entry by rbaird3 on Sep 09, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

... of them have normal names, but I like the ones who pick unusual ones. I have some students with names like: Small Yellow Man, House, Cucumber, and Monster, just to name a few.

I like the breakfast here. It's a little strange from a foreigner's perspective though. It's more like a lunch because it's noodles and a roll among a few other things. Of course, I'm used to eggs and bacon, or cereal, but I'm really digging the noodles. ...

Yangtze River - Shibaozhai Pagoda

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 16, 2014

20 photos

This morning the boat docked and we got off after breakfast to visit Shibaozhai Pagoda. It consists of a huge piece of rock, a wooden red pagoda and a temple at the top. The temple was built in the Ming Dynasty and originally you could only get to the temple by climbing up using an iron chain. In 1662, the pagoda was built so the temple was easier to reach. There is a wall that surrounds the wall and pagoda ...


A travel blog entry by whatagreatwall on Jun 22, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

Hello blog followers! Sorry for the delay. This is the Jingmen post and I am about to start on our next city, Wuhan. Thanks for reading!

After Beijing we spent five nights in Jingmen, Hubei province, where Jin grew up and her family still lives. We spent a lot of time enjoying home-cooked and local foods, and hanging out with all of her family members. Everyone was so friendly, warm, funny, welcoming, and ...

Zhongxiang: the cave, a tomb and intense chill

A travel blog entry by natontour on Mar 01, 2011

28 photos

... A side note about the crazy rooster that must have lived right outside our hostel, who never had a clue about timing. Jules had to resist urges to strangle it.

We were the only visitors, so they actually had to turn on the lights in the cave just for us. Zhongxiang was extremely cold the days we were there, and inside that cave we were completely warm for the first time in what felt like days(no heat in the hostel and concrete ...