Gui Hua Hotel

Address: No.1 Huagong Avenue, Guixi, Jiangxi, 335424, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Huagong Avenue, Guixi.
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    Travel Blogs from Guixi

    Longhu mountain

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 24, 2015

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... I asked them if they were going to Longhu Shan and they said yes. Could I join them? Of course! Wow!

    We got a taxi to take us to the park, which was 20 yuan for me ($4), because we shared it. Then, at the park, they found me a place to leave my bag, which was $2. That was fine. This was working out great! I bought the same ticket they bought, and we went into the park.

    There was a raft ride included in our ...

    Hua Qiao Town & My New Bikes First Adventure

    A travel blog entry by eddakath on May 20, 2013

    30 photos

    ... noodles’. I then quickly replied with, ‘So they are noodles!’ Apparently they aren’t but it’s easier just to throw them in the noodle pile simply because they are made from flour and cooked in water. I can’t actually find any information on this tasty dish but a month or so ago the restaurant owners whom are not local brought this delicacy all ...

    Yes I'm still alive :)

    A travel blog entry by marjan87 on Mar 18, 2013

    1 comment

    ... It is so busy that train stations are transformed with big tents and fences to manage and guide the masses of people coming in and out every day. Even the military works in the trains and stations during this holiday.

    I went to Nanchang on a Friday night in that busy period prior to new year. The Xinyu station was already transformed with big tents and extra checking points. But the train itself turned out to be the most empty one I have seen so far. So that is why I ...

    Part 2

    A travel blog entry by marjan87 on Jan 23, 2013


    ... night I went to a Brazilian bar. The owner was a very interesting type. I do not remember ever meeting someone from Brazil before, but they are definitely very welcoming people. He came to our table, sat down and told me in broken English that he wanted to tell me a story and that was only because I was Dutch. He told me that a few hundred years ago, in the times that the Dutch were still colonizing, colonists had come to a place in Brazil very close to ...

    Hi everybody :)

    A travel blog entry by marjan87 on Jan 22, 2013

    ... are really easy to find here. There is always something to do, ore someone to talk to. Last weekend for example has been amazing. Btw, surprise, surprise.. I met a Dutch guy! So I finally had the chance to speak my own language for a few minutes. Really nice after a month of bad quality Skype conversations.. I also discovered a small Italian society in Nanchang. So I will probably have a chance to speak some Italian as well this year. The Italian, maybe ...