Chai Zhen Hotel

Address: No.111 Gantang South Road, Jiujiang, Jiangxi, 332000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Jiujiang, is near Mt. Lushan National Park, Stone Bell Hill (Shizhong Shan), Yanshui Pavilion, and Poyang Lake.
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          Travel Blogs from Jiujiang

          LuShan Mountain

          A travel blog entry by c.lewis on Oct 19, 2014

          4 comments, 28 photos

          ... lovely and in some parts the scenery looked like it was straight out of the swiss alps. We were taken from little shops, to museums, to Mao's preferred residence, etc. And because we were at the mountain, they said we must experience mountain climbing which was a 'short' walk. Well after much huffing and puffing, Trevor and I (obviously suffering fatigue) started singing the Proclaimers - 500 miles song, because we honestly walked for about 3 hours. Some ...

          It rained, I went home early

          A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 12, 2014

          2 comments, 19 photos

          ... i pointed to the busy street in front of the station.

          "Ming tian, SORRY"

          And with that she grabbed her purse and literally ran away, leaving me all alone by the wood stove, which was still burning. I wanted to stay and get warm, but I had to go back out in the rain again at least to find a place to stay and at best to find a bus home.

          Luckily I saw a random bus waiting for passengers. It was going to Jiujiang. Fine, I got in the bus, ...

          It is not a device for holding records

          A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 02, 2013

          9 photos

          ... You know it?" I said I did, then I thought for a moment...there are many -stans; there's even an Turkmenistan, but Turkestan is not a country as we define them to-day. Given that he was speaking fluent (though accented) Chinese with his compatriots, though, I am going to assume he is from China's northwesternmost province (ahem, autonomous region), Xinjiang. Calling it this is discouraged by the gubmint, ...

          Life Fades Away

          A travel blog entry by ataritouchme on Oct 01, 2013

          5 photos

          ... to flee the mainland completely; the Communists may have found plenty of fault in the man, but he certainly knew how to party and they did, too, taking over Chiang's villa and holding a few big conferences here. Today, though you can check out some of these old conference spots, the real draw is what it was over 100 years ago: the scenery.

          That's not to say you're in the middle of nowhere. This is China. There's a full-fledged town up ...

          Week 2- Venturing to Deng Feng & Zhengzhou

          A travel blog entry by auds on Mar 17, 2013

          149 photos

          ... as every time you reached a level, there was another level then another level and each time the shrines and the Buddhas got bigger and bigger. At one shrine there were 3 women together (3 generations), all praying with their incense sticks. I don't know why but i had to stop and watch them. I wondered what they were praying for and what their lives are like. It looked very emotional. It was hard to tear myself away from this.

          Later that evening we arrived ...