Zhang Hua Hotel

Address: 100 Zhongshan Road, Shashi District, Jingzhou, Hubei, 43400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100 Zhongshan Road, Shashi District, Jingzhou.
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Travel Blogs from Jingzhou

Day 10 Viking Tour - School Visit

A travel blog entry by camkah on Apr 27, 2014

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The stop in this port was to visit the elementary school that is supported by donations from Viking and it's customers. We brought small solar calculators, pencils and erasers for the children. Keith went to the school. Carol stayed on the ship as her knee was painful and there were a lot of steps to navigate at the port. Keith ...

Jingzhou - Day 15

A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on Jun 01, 2013

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... English. When the performance was over the over300 children each picked up their chairs and bags, etc. and brought the chairs back to their desks in the classroom. We were invited to a classroom with 9 to 11 yr old boys and girls - they were gracious and friendly and very wonderful normal children- it is interesting that no matter the language or culture, normal children behave similarly throughout ...

A 2000+ year old corpse

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jun 30, 2012

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Stayed by the side of a hotel last night - was very hot when we arrived - but gave me time to dry out the side locker, and also hang out my washing I have been trying to get dry the last few days. A swimming pool in the basement of the hotel - a children's swimming lesson going on when I went in. They very proudly announced that the water was heated but felt very cool after the heat of the day. ...

We just have so much...

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Aug 01, 2011

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... saw in this city have only been here since 2008. Prior to that, they were nonexistent. Also, we observed that the roads were the worst we've had yet, and the traffic (while not as heavy) was probably the most difficult for the bus driver to navigate. The men and women riding bicycles and motorcycles really ignored the many honking horns of the buses making their way through town. They seemed very indifferent to the fact that our bus was 6-8 inches away from them, and ...

Ancient walled city of Jingzhou

A travel blog entry by rosboroughs on Jan 19, 2011

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... of the travel chaos, with dozens of extra portacabin booking offices erected outside most train stations to deal with the millions who are trying to book tickets. Certainly making life interesting, although at times a very strange feeling to be the only western faces in a sea of thousands of Chinese people. Certainly gives them something to look at and talk about. Being pointed at by cute looking Chinese toddlers is now a daily ...