- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Rajiv uses Google Translate to translate "we go to Wu Garden and walk to Yellow Crane Tower". The taxi driver drives to Yellow Crane Tower. I like Yellow Crane Tower. Last time I sent a postcard to my mum and dad from the special postal service there. It took about 12 weeks to reach them and I'm seeing them at Christmas so I decide against it this time. There's a lot in the park and it's fairly quiet for a Chinese attraction with most of the ...
... great historical and cultural value for visitors. If you are to visit the museum, you will see that the excavations that display the great musical talent of the ancient residents of Wuhan. The tower feature some beautiful classical verses and poems. Although you may not be able to read them, you can get a guide to help you understand what they say. Be sure to climb atop the Yellow Crane Tower to enjoy the beautiful view of the river. The Villa ...
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