Jiangshan International Hotel

Address: 15 Jiandong First District, Jiangshan, Zhejiang, 324100, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 15 Jiandong First District, Jiangshan.
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    Travel Blogs from Jiangshan

    A travel day

    A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... most probably be very busy in the mountains but we do get to stay up there overnight so hopefully we will get a chance to enjoy a sunset and/or sunrise. For those that have been following on Facebook, I will drop off the radar for a bit because Facebook is apparently blocked in China so I can't get onto the site. How about that! Good luck to all our North Gambier teams in the grand final tomorrow. We will be cheering you on from China. Go ...

    Sunburn Hike

    A travel blog entry by carliemarshie on May 12, 2013

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    ... see some really amazing waterfalls. We passed by a 1000 year old cedar tree, towering above us with its wisdom. In the forest there were also some hundred year old date trees which seemed to pierce the sky's limits endlessly.

    There was also a lot of wildlife today, probably the most I have seen this whole time besides dogs. There were lots of butterflies in the forest and coi fish swimming with ...

    In the clouds

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 06, 2012

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    ... and took the same route to get to the top. We arrived close to 9:00, and after finding a simple breakfast of bananas and cookies, I found the ticket office. I knew that the ticket for the lift was relatively expensive: 125 yuan, or close to $20, for a return ticket. I was about to make my way to the line to go up when I was informed that another ticket was necessary: a "scenic ticket." Since it's mandatory, why exactly it is a separate ticket remains a mystery to me, and ...

    Making (and foregoing) plans

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 05, 2012

    ... the bad news. Because a gondola lift cost 125 yuan ($20), they said that it would not be worth it for me to go up for only a few hours, also because there are no short trail routes at the top. Though I didn't want to, I conceded. I still had a full day in the area tomorrow, where I would certainly give myself enough time to enjoy the sights of Sanqingshan. I took the minibus back to Yushan. After killing some time at the hotel (there is literally nothing worth doing or ...

    No haggling (this time)

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 04, 2012

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    ... unnecessary struggle to squeeze past them and tumble out onto the platform. I left the platform, and with the help of a semi-English-speaking local, I found a cheap taxi that would bring me to my hotel. The hotel itself was rather decent. No hostels exist in this town, which one could easily guess based on the sheer lack of English-speaking people. After settling in and catching my breath, I went out in search of some food. A ...