Zijinghua Business Hotel

East Section of Chibi Road, Dongpo District, Meishan, Sichuan, 620010, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on East Section of Chibi Road, Dongpo District, Meishan.
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Travel Blogs from Meishan

Day trip to Leshan

A travel blog entry by j_harry on Oct 18, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... really worth it. However we have a great show after dinner, more Chinese theatre, this time we see some face changing. DINNER! The show was great fun. I enjoyed this one much more than the first we saw in Shanghai. The costumes are vibrant and bright, the acrobatics and dancing were amazing and I didn't mind the singing. The face changing was a definite highlight, and an amazing skill. One actor not only changed face ...

Trip to Leshan and Emei Mountain

A travel blog entry by iceman9gem on Jun 10, 2011

91 photos

... pretty much seemed to live in the alley and we played with it for a while. Then the hostel employee brought out a few random games, among them was Chinese Checkers, which I hadn't played since I was maybe 10 or 12 years old. We got a semi-serious game going between Stam, Stephen, Greg and I. I was able to pull out the victory and shortly afterword Stam and I retired to the dorm.

You see the two of us along with Jimmy ...

Next city in mad day trip...

A travel blog entry by beka4peace on Nov 19, 2010

... shouted at him in English and he shouted at me in Chinese and after much fuss he told me to get in the cab, so I did. He offered me a cigarette, which I like to think was a peace offering after our multi-language screaming fest.

I got to the bus terminal with minutes to spare before the last bus to Miangyang left. I really was not willing to pay more money to stay another night in Chengdu and was relieved when I sat down on the bus and knew I was heading somewhere ...

Giant Budha

A travel blog entry by paul_and_linda on Sep 06, 2010

10 photos

... in the world!

The stone is red sand stone and looks a bit likes St Bees head (Cumbria). It was amazing (see photos). The fingers and toes have so much detail in them, it must have taken an age to carve.

We then walked down the side of the buddha to the base, this looks out on a junction of 3 rivers, including ...

A big, wet Buddha

A travel blog entry by youngtravellers on Feb 08, 2008

22 photos

A characteristic of our independent travels seems to invariably involve getting to points of interest wholly independently. This is in part because it's usually less expensive than taking a tour (if a tour is even offered) and because it side-steps tour extras that we don't often want to see (if you don't understand this recall our Varanasi tour in which we spent an hour and a half at a silk shop where we were pressured to buy ...