Jingdu International Hotel

Address: No.8 xuri Avenue,Chengxi, Shangrao, Jiangxi, 334100, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on No.8 xuri Avenue,Chengxi, Shangrao.
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    Travel Blogs from Shangrao

    Flora's Village, A Temple, and a Rusty Bridge

    A travel blog entry by travistravels on Jun 01, 2013

    45 photos

    ... called Nan Feng Tang (South Wind Pool…although I didn't see a pool).

    The village is very small and typical in layout and architecture for the area. It’s quite beautiful with its little gardens and the mountains looming in the background. The path up the mountain is a bit challenging, but very pleasant and offers some amazing views of the surrounding countryside. It was a cloudy day that promised (and ...

    A friend's village and birds

    A travel blog entry by travistravels on Oct 20, 2012

    25 photos

    The village of Banqiao (Wood Bridge) is a small, quiet place located about 10 km west of Shangrao County. It is surrounded by sandstone (well, some sort of sedimentary stone) hills with many of the valleys given over to small fishing ponds and rice fields. The area reminds me a bit of the American Badlands in North and South Dakota, although not as hot and dry and with more vegetation. There are layers ...

    In the clouds

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 06, 2012

    6 photos

    ... and quickly found one of the trails. If I'm being completely honest, I rushed through the first few hours. Though I had lots of time to work with - the last bus back to Yushan would leave at 5:30, a good eight hours from when I arrived - that deadline loomed in the back of my mind. But that didn't keep me from enjoying the hike. For the first 40 minutes, I was climbing what felt like an endless staircase, and rounding every corner brought immaculate views of the valleys ...

    Making (and foregoing) plans

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 05, 2012

    ... station to buy the ticket for me. Between speaking with another employee and him speaking with the woman on the phone, I eventually got the desired train ticket. It was now close to 10:30 a.m., and I headed to the bus station to catch a ride up to Sanqingshan. Due to some miscommunication, I ended up waiting an hour and a half for the minibus to leave. The ride took nearly two hours, bringing us through small towns and across absurdly bumpy roads (note: do not take the ...

    No haggling (this time)

    A travel blog entry by lklassen on Aug 04, 2012

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    ... No problem; I like duck! But then it came time to pay. The man punched a number into the calculator. "100." 100 yuan? Surely not; that's over $15. I said "No," indicating that that was too much. The man insisted. I continued to refuse. He began writing out the price of each dish I "ordered." The vegetable dishes were negligible, but then he came to the duck. 70 yuan, or $10. I shrieked in protest. My mind went back to the Peking duck meal ...