Home Inn Shangrao Zhongxin Square Wusan Avenue

Address: No.166 Wusan Avenue, Xinzhou District, Shangrao, Jiangxi, 334000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.166 Wusan Avenue, Xinzhou District, Shangrao.
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        Travel Blogs from Shangrao

        Some big caves

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 23, 2015

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        ... us off to a giant cave out in the countryside. It reminded me of Vietnam. I thought the first cave was more impressive than the second, larger one. There was a Chinese guide telling stories about the rocks. These look like monks, those look like lovers. There was even a pool of "dragon saliva" which you splashed on your head to remove all your problems. What.

        Why does everything have to ...

        Back to Shangrao

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 21, 2015

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        ... catch another bus straight to Shangrao at the side of the highway, at one of those service stations, where they would stop for lunch.

        So Bob called the company and they said that there were in fact seats on that bus, thankfully. Bob's cousin was game to drive me all the way out to the highway (At first, I thought it was close, so I was confused why we needed a ride and couldn't just take a taxi. It ended up being 30 km ...

        I killed my legs

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 18, 2015

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        ... so often some porters would pass me on their way up with two tanks of propane or gasoline on their backs. I guess they can't bring those up on the cable car. I couldn't imagine trying to take those all the way up, I was suffering just going down on my own with just my water and wallet with me. I passed a family going down, also having a tough time, but I felt good about leaving them behind me, because if I broke my ankle I knew I could ...

        Luxurious accommodations

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 17, 2015

        ... the clientele was of a higher class. Just barely. They may not spit on the floor, but they still have phone conversations at max volume levels and let their kids play Angry Birds without headphones.

        I got to Nanchang and of course, there was no subway to the other train station I needed to get to. There were signs for a subway, but it must have been under construction. After walking back and forth a few times, I found some young ladies wearing red sashes. ...

        Morning: A Day Not Soon To Be Forgotten

        A travel blog entry by vince_k_moosic on Jul 08, 2013

        1 comment

        ... know what to do.

        Our guide Wendy was fabulous. Her father brought her over and offered to take Katie to the hospital. He was so gracious. Wendy and her manager explored options for us very openly and kindly, and arranged a late checkout to give us time to see how things developed. By 11:00, Katie's stomach had settled and she was in a deep sleep. We decided to let her sleep until 1:00 and see what happened.

        She ...