Zhongjing Holiday Hotel

Address: No.222 Changhong Avenue, Jiujiang, Jiangxi, 332005, China | Hotel
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Location

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Zhongjing Holiday Hotel Jiujiang

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Jiujiang

LuShan Mountain

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

4 comments, 28 photos

... truly beautiful, but most of it was steep inclines, rocky stairs and the promise of not much farther. Trevor eventually turned back as we got to a point where it was just too steep for his back. I went on and was exhilarated to see wild monkeys coming out of the bush on sunset, a gorgeous shrine in the middle of the mountains and found a wonderful gift for my husband. Glad to be back at the hotel and after a looong hot shower, hope that my feet forgive me in the ...

It rained, I went home early

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 12, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... and freezing. There was no way I was going to stay in Lushan for the night, feeling this grumpy. Attempting to get back home was better than not attempting to get back home at this point.

The driver drove the whole way down the mountain with the windows down. Fffffff..... Come on REALLY?! Then he dropped us off at least a 20 minute walk from the train station, which I did in some more pouring rain.

When i got there, The ticket woman yelled at me in ...

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

... of his own walking speed rather than that of two healthy younger types, for the whole hike took us fewer than six hours, and that was with a detour. Until we got to the official entrance for our destination, Wulaofeng (五老峰), he was the last person we saw. The path was overgrown and not very well marked at times, but it was truly great to be completely alone, clearly the only people taking that path that day or maybe even ...

Week 2- Venturing to Deng Feng & Zhengzhou

A travel blog entry by auds on Mar 17, 2013

149 photos

... example (You'll laugh at this) the advice which has been given is "Just walk at a consistent pace and the traffic will slow down", this is indeed, the trick. The drivers look out for pedestrians as people literally just step in to the road in front of oncoming traffic such as buses, cars and trucks and they do evidently slow down. HOWEVER, on this particular day there were A LOT of pedestrians and we were crossing the road in the centre of hundreds of people...yet ...