Shang Ke Tang Hotel

Address: West to Diyuan Temple, Jiuhuashan, across street of Julong Hotel, Chizhou, Anhui, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on West to Diyuan Temple, Jiuhuashan, across street of Julong Hotel, Chizhou.
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Travel Blogs from Chizhou

Jurassic Park

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 05, 2015

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... at 4:30 p.m. We wandered around aimlessly after getting kicked out of the room and then slept for a few hours on the bus back to Hefei.

There were more hours to kill when we arrived and so we had beers and snacks in a tent beside the train station. I thought it was alright.

I barely slept on the train back to Zhengzhou, and snoozed a little bit on the bus back to Jiaozuo. I was just thankful we didn't get stuck anywhere, and got back home on time for work in the morning.

Jiuhua Mountain

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 04, 2015

12 comments, 11 photos

... quite a relief to me because I was bracing myself for insane crowds like last time.

We took the stairs down and passed some more quaint temples and monasteries. It's a super Buddhist mountain, so there were a lot of serious people climbing the steps to the top with incense.

We walked around in the rain for a bit before taking the bus back down to our hotel.


A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 03, 2015

... was actually the right one, but we went to two other bus stations because this guy was so confused.

I slept a bit on the bus, but by the time we got to Jiuhua, I just wanted to crash for the rest of the day. We went out and ordered some food on sticks.

Suicidal swimming (and sleeping)

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Jul 26, 2012

5 photos

... also going to load some pictures of people sleeping. One thing I've always admired in Asia is how quickly and easily locals can fall asleep. Here in China, it's not so much the ability to fall asleep on trains, planes and the like as simply the fact that they sleep anywhere and everywhere. Thus, in wandering around Tunxi in particular, I snapped off a few shots of people sleeping in unusual places which I thought were interesting.


A travel blog entry by chinaspree on May 26, 2012

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... of an ancient Chinese town. There are several museums, including one that is more like a wax museum describing the culture of China in the olden days, about marriage, the dynasties and so ...