BEST WESTERN PREMIER Wuhan Mayflowers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PREMIER Wuhan Mayflowers Hotel
This hotel probably wouldn't get 5 stars elsewhere, but the amenities were just fine. Our room was clean, the bathroom spotless, the people at the reception spoke passable English. The swimming pool wasn't fit for a whole lot of swimming and it was sweltering hot under its greenhouse structure so poolside reading was out of the question, but one could still spend a pleasurable hour there. On the whole, a good place to spend a few nights.
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... the two hills, Snake Hill and Turtle Hill.
We then caught the small ferry across the river and went to Hubuxiang street for more dry noodles with sesame paste, and spicy potatoes, before returning back to the hotel via the ferry to get a taxti (very difficult!) to get to the station for our 5pm train back to Nanjing.
A very successful little trip to Wuhan!
... noodles again. We then went to Mao's Summer Palace, Maozedong Donglu Jiuju on the shores of East Lake which is now being revamped into a conference centre, but we saw one of Mao's cars in a glass case. As we walked out we realised we were in the middle of a secure military zone! We then made our way back to the hotel and then got a taxi to Giano's, an Italian Restaurant in Wenchang. It was owned by a lovely Chinese lady about my age ...
... week in Guangzhou.
We then went to the recommended food street, jiqing, where traditional restaurants spilled onto pavements and there are supposed to be street musicians. Unfortunately it was wet and cold so not much street life today. We went into one of the restaurants and ordered Regannian, a traditional Wuhan dish of dry noodles cooked in a satay sauce; hot broccoli and black fungi; spicy cauliflower and ...
... it's not really as clean as it could be. A lot of people could be employed cleaning up the (mostly) polystyrene, thongs, paper, pigs and cattle that are floating down in large amounts. When we reached Badong the boat docked and Sonja, David and Greg boarded smaller boats to be ferried along the Longchuanhe River. This consisted of three narrow gorges. Lots of bamboo and farms growing tea trees (for green tea), orange trees, ...
... and some very picturesque views. The villages are still lived in but I'm not sure I would want to live in them - very dank and dingy dwellings. By bus the next day to Little Likeng. Much more commercial than the previous villages - stalls selling the same old stuff in every alleyway. But a cute village ( still wouldn't want to live there though). Lots of cottage industry (making the wooden souvenirs ); people doing their washing in the stream flowing through the ...