International Noble Hotel

Address: No.399 Yuejin North Road, Anyuan District, Pingxiang, Jiangxi, 337000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.399 Yuejin North Road, Anyuan District, Pingxiang.
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Travel Blogs from Pingxiang

On the road again

A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 23, 2015

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... place. However they didn't prove to be so functional - no water!

For lunch we stopped at Changde and we were grateful for a higher standard than we had had for the past couple of days. And then, as we approached Changsha, the traffic snarled -it was a holiday-so we were taken for a very early dinner before checking into our hotel.

Changsha is China's 3rd city and it was near here that Mao Tse Tung was born.

Our ...

Beautiful Longnan County

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Aug 26, 2015

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... to get up, then another to get down. Should've left my bag with the ticket man.

It was another beautiful hike, and I liked the unkempt look of everything, again. The steps were a normal height, not like the tiny ones I usually see, designed for delicate high heeled shoes. While there were some women hobbling around taking photos with their boyfriends, they disappeared once I got to the sky walk at the top.

More Respect Less Attack

A travel blog entry by chenli on Oct 01, 2014

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... a previous post; he lives in Xi’an, but he wasn’t there when Tammy and I were because he’s in his hometown. I had never visited his province, so even though I was very reluctant to take another train, I thought it would be a good opportunity to visit a new place in China. I went out and bought my train tickets and Friday August 22nd at about 6 in the morning I took the train to Jiangxi province. I took the train to Nanchang, the capital city of ...

An unheralded appearance of Abelmoschus esculentus

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 03, 2013

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... it will never cease to amaze me what passes for a till in China) and scrounged around until she found the appropriate change, threw two wadded-up bills on the stack and squatted back down. Ja.

I don't particularly like the way food is ordered in this region--menu-free, they take you to the glassed-in refrigerator and have you point and choose. I'm guessing this is to prove a food's freshness and to save the hassle of having to tell a ...

Just a taste into my China Life! :)

A travel blog entry by travelsweetie11 on Nov 10, 2012

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... since it's getting pretty late, I'm just going to post a brief introduction about myself!

I was born in Korea and raised there until the age of 6 when my family decided to move to Nanjing, China. I grew up in China attending an international school; being influenced by the international culture a lot. Then just last year, my family had decided to move ...