International Noble Hotel

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

Chapter 11 - The Calm and The Storm

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Oct 02, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... the 4 Christmas Dinners (another reason why I've started Ti Chi).

I'm writing this entry quite late at night. Tomorrow I'm off to the Zhangjiajie Mountains better known for being the home of certain blue men and women (no not the smurfs!) and I have a 5 hour train Journey to take so I will leave it at that. Next time there will be lots of stories to tell and pictures to share so until then, Goodbye.

From Your Stupid Boy,

Andrew


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More Respect Less Attack

A travel blog entry by chenli on Oct 01, 2014

13 photos

... 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 ...

Chapter 10 A mountain to climb

A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Sep 25, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... main track, no one around opening and eating conkers (quite a nutty taste, not a fan tbh) was quite something. I made it to the touristy summit when I discovered another slide like the one from the Great Wall only this time, there were less people meaning I could go a lot faster!

Although I did not reach the actual summit, I will be climbing the mountain every day to attend lessons on Ti Chi but more on that next time.

For now it is goodbye from your stupid boy.

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An unheralded appearance of Abelmoschus esculentus

A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 03, 2013

5 photos

... 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

4 photos

... 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 ...