Holiday Inn Yangtze
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... from where we've come! Soon, there was an announcement that we should all meet in the lounge at 3:45. It seems that the river is closed while they work on recovery of the downed ship. Who knows when it will open again. We could well miss our port arrival time as well as our flights to Shanghai! Not a good plan . . So we are heading back to another city, Jingzchou, and we will bus from there to the airport in Wuhan tomorrow ...
... of the dam last night. Now on the other side. This morning, we will have a tour of the dam . .
Very gloomy here. Overcast and foggy. We can't remember another trip where we've had five days with no sunshine . . . A bit depressing, I have to say. Cannot imagine living under these conditions . Plus - on the boat, which is a lovely boat - everything seems rather damp - even with the AC on . .. And - we can ...
... up in their beautiful dining room! Wonderful young people waiting table - even learned our names! We had delicious salmon - a real western style dinner! Spend several hours out on the top deck watching our ship head out of port! Beautiful up there!
Slept so well last night. Had a superb breakfast (steel cut oatmeal and the most delicious homemade yogurt I have ever had!) and I am now listening to a talk about the ...
CHONGCHING was a little over an hour flight. We picked up our guide Windy who immediately continued the story of Old and new China. Chongquing was the epicenter of protecting China during World War 11. It was bombed often by the Japanese and the meeting center for both Cheng kai Shek and Mao. General Stilwell was the American in command in Chongquing. Pilots used to fly "the hump" receiving the name “humpies”. Supplies were ...
... to descend some steep stairs and walk on a floating walkway to the ship. Though a very small cruise ship, 300 passengers compared to the princess's 3000, we were very pleased with our accommodations. The suitcases were already placed in our nice looking room with balcony. Before dinner time we explored the ship. We were done in no time flat, since it had only 5 levels. We liked what we saw. Although there were only ...