Kai Menzi Grand Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKai Menzi Grand Hotel Jingdezhen
Slightly older hotel, but it has everything you need.
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... I did not expect to do in China.
I wanted to try to go to one more village that day, but there weren't any more buses going to the one I wanted to go to. So, I went back to Jingdezhen a day early. I was just in time for the last bus back.
When I got back, the lady in the red sweater was there and she took me back to her nice hotel again. I went for a tofu dinner across the street and met a Japanese man who spoke English ...
This weekend, I was back to Jingdezhen again, on my way to the countryside outside Wuyuan. In the guidebook it's supposed to be impressive. I guess we shall find out! I got the exact same bus as I had last weekend, I knew, because a piece of cardboard with winnie the pooh was taped up to the front windshield to keep out the sun. ...
I woke up in the morning to miss all the crowds at the ancient kilns. I wasn't disappointed. This is the place where they made all the old ceramics for the emperors hundreds of years ago. Amazing. China has so much history, I can't even handle it sometimes. The sites were all dressed up and very renovated, but I guess that's OK.
I texted Laan Liu from Couchsurfing to meet up with her after lunch. The taxi driver couldn't understand ...
... br> There was a monkey house and Charlie went inside. She had read many stories about structures in China collapsing. In Chinese they talk about buildings that collapse because they have "toufu foundations". Charlie went inside the monkey house. "It's no good living in caution," she muttered. Cuts also went inside. There were old shoes and toilet paper and bits of rubbish everywhere. Cutty thought about the old fortress in Ceuta and Charlie wished for the invincibility of youth.
... of stone with columns. Later the Guomingdang also liked the mountain. Chiang Kai-Shek built a villa for his wife. Charlie and Cutty looked at it but did not go inside; it cost 25 kuai. The Communists chased away the Guomingdang, but let the bourgeois villas stay because they also liked the mountain and its structures. Charlie Feathers and Mr. Cutty Sark were like everyone else because they too liked the mountain.