Baiyang Hotel

Address: No.140 Changzheng Road, Fancheng District, Xiangfan, Hubei, 441000, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.140 Changzheng Road, Fancheng District, Xiangfan, is near Wudang Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Xiangfan

    Twenty thousand steps

    A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 13, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... way and didn't clear the hole day. It was still a fantastic walk though. As we ascended we were able to stop at different temples and pass through various 'Gates of Heaven' which helped my legs recover a little and to get my breath back. In addition, gazing at the outfits of many of the Chinese women walking to the top also provided entertainment. Many of them were dressed to the nines in heels and glitzy clothing; they must think were very scruffy and underdressed! I ...

    Welcome home

    A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Oct 03, 2014

    15 photos

    ... that we would have liked to see that were out of town this week. Hopefully we will see them next time.

    I was impressed with Gayle's attitude. Nanyang is dirty and chaotic, completely different from Shanghai, yet Gayle handled it all with a smile. We took her to the Broom and Bowl Street, as I love that street, and Dave and her walked along the river one day while I was giving the girls an English lesson. The riverbank was filthy, and had been let ...

    Yangzte Rver Day 2 - the gorges

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 14, 2014

    93 photos

    ... our rowers, getting us a bit further upstream and pulling into the bank and throwing ropes to a couple of men to start towing us further upstream, we were a little disappointed that they kept their clothes on (well some of the group were)!

    The explanation was that before the dam was in place the river level was a lot lower and the only way they could get their boats upstream over the rapids was to tow them. The reason they didn't wear clothes was because ...

    Goats, Monkeys, and Hanging Coffins

    A travel blog entry by travelingma on Jul 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... passing through, and before we entered the second gorge, it was time for lunch. We ate quickly and went back out to grab our seats for the second Gorge considered the most beautiful.

    The Wu Gorge has several distinctive rock formations, with probably the most famous being the Goddess. This is a rock formation that looks like a statue on the top of a couple of very tall peaks. It was easy to see and the river guides for the boat pointed out all the interesting and must ...

    Wo Wo Wu'an

    A travel blog entry by derektrips on Aug 10, 2012

    49 photos

    ... they blended well into the environment and were created based on historical stories. There are 18 scenic sights in all, including Gaoxia Pinghu (Calm Lake Rising from the Steep Gorge), "Fury Lion Raises Its Head", Jingniang Gorge, Songzu Gorge and Xianling Gorge. Jingniang Lake was originally known as Koushang Reservoir which is the inverted Chinese character "人" and has eastern and western branches. After years of exploration and development, it has become a tourist resort.

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