I looked at the train schedule, of course, on my phone. This train runs from Fuqi to Wuhan.
Whether this train is a Fuxing, whether it is CR400AF or CR400BF does not pay attention.
This bus first takes the Hefu high-speed railway with a speed of 300 kilometers per hour to Wuyuan, then takes Jiujingqu to Jiujiang at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour, and then takes Wujiu Passenger Railway at a speed of 250 kilometers per hour to Wuhan.
In less than half an hour, it was to Jingdezhen. My phone is not fully charged.
I have never been to Jingdezhen before, and I don't know much about Jingdezhen. It is only known that he is the porcelain capital of China.
Jingdezhen North Railway Station is very similar to Xiaogan North Railway Station, the railway station in my hometown. Especially the square in front of the station.
Needless to say, this train station is some distance from the city.
I found a place to sit in my square. Turn on your phone and don't look for a hotel, but for a supermarket. Want to buy a bottle of water to drink.
When you are tired, you don't want to move when you sit down.
The place is so homely, like the train station in my hometown.
I suddenly felt homesick, although it wasn't long away from home this time.
Use your mobile phone to buy the last train ticket to Jiujiang of the day. Go there and transfer to Wuhan.
Entering the waiting room very close to the car, I went to get a cup of hot water and make a cup of tea and checked in the bus.
My seat is 18F, which is a wall-facing place. I saw that there were not many people in the car, so I sat down on the 17F.
Put the bag on the seat next to it, take out the charging treasure to charge it, it is already dark, and you can't see the scenery outside. Turn on your phone and read the novel "The Three-Body Problem".
The flight attendant walked past me twice, and she wore a rose-red uniform, which was the uniform of a Shanghai flight attendant. It's beautiful. It's just been so many years. How has the uniform style not changed?
I was fascinated by the novel, and the flight attendant suddenly came up to me and asked if I could sit on the opposite side, and I said okay, so I sat on the opposite side.
I saw her flip the seat to look for something.
I asked her what she was looking for? Mobile phone?
No, Bluetooth headsets. She replied.
Is it expensive? I asked.
Oh, that's the kind of fruit headphones, more than a thousand.
It was late to Jiujiang.
I went for a late-night snack, and the late-night snack was a bowl of pork flour. The price is also not expensive, 12 yuan. Went to the small supermarket again to buy some things.
Walk around until it rains, and the weather is a little cold and enter the waiting room. I will take the midnight train to Wuhan.
Wuchang, who arrived at dawn, originally planned to go to East Lake for a walk.
It was raining, it was a little cold, and I didn't bring frost-resistant clothes.
The rain stopped, and I walked in the direction of the Yellow Crane Tower.
Below is the Hubei Theater.
Next to the Hubei Theater is the famous Wuhan Red House, which is also the Xinhai Revolution Memorial Hall. I used to think about the Xinhai Revolution Memorial. The official name is the Xinhai Revolution Museum.
You read that right, in front of the door there are two flags of the Republic of China. This is the only place where Chinese mainland can now legally fly the flag of the Republic of China.
It was free here for many years, and I wasn't interested in memorials, museums, etc., and I never went inside.
The flowers are blooming, this is not cherry blossoms, this is plum tree flowers.
I walked along here towards the Yellow Crane Tower.
Yellow Crane Tower, Guiyuan Temple. I went with my father when I was ten years old.
Maybe it's that the familiar place has no scenery, and I don't go back when I grow up.
This is the approach bridge of the Yangtze River Bridge. I headed to Hubu Lane.
Perhaps because of the rain, there are not many people on the street.
Pass through Hubu Alley to Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge.
Take the ferry to Jianghan Road.
Unexpectedly, the Yangtze River is still in the dry period.
This is Jianghan Customs, formerly the customs building.
Go to Wuhan Art Museum.
Due to the cold, I decided to go to Hankou Railway Station early to take the high-speed train home. When I went to take the subway, the security check passed, and I couldn't enter the station by swiping the Wuhan Pass card. I think I think I run out of money on my card. To go to top up. The female security inspector immediately showed me where to recharge.
There is only one staff member in the place of recharging, no one is recharging, and now many people use mobile phones to pay for the subway, and there are naturally fewer people who recharge.
On this trip, I kept not using a penny of cash, and I had ten dollars more. This is the 10 yuan deposit that the owner returned to me after staying in the store.
The staff made me wait a bit and said my card had expired. He called a technician over the walkie-talkie and took my Wuhan Pass card to extend.
You cannot enter the station three hours before check-in at Hankou Station. I went to Shahu Park next to the Wuhan Museum for a walk.
I have a habit of collecting train tickets, but now train tickets are not easy to save, and this habit is slowly disappearing.
For this spring trip, I still took out the paper train tickets.