Huzhou International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... end of, or upstreams entrance to, Wu Gorge. The Daning River is also the largest tributary along the 192-kilometer, Three Gorges stretch of the Yangtze River.
Very picturesque although the weather could have been a little better. This area was part of the region that was flooded by the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. ...
... Canal, the second most important feature after the Great Wall.
Built around a series of canals over 1300 years ago, very little has changed, so it was a great introduction of canal life for the local, who we discovered still actually live in this tourist location. The weather was not kind to us at the start of the journey and there were light showers however when we arrived at our destination the rain stopped so we knew that the ...
... Town displays its two-thousand-year history in its ancient stone bridges floating on mild water, its stone pathways between the mottled walls and its delicate wood carvings. Also, setting it apart from other towns, it gives a unique experience through its profound cultural background. It is said that people have lived here for 7000 years. The uniqueness of the town lies in its layout, being 2 km long and divided into six ...
... time to meet Meg and Jamie off their train from Zhangjiajie. (A 19 hour trip).
It didn't matter though. They were still completely surprised when we jumped out from behind a pillar with a loud 'kia ora!' The six of us (Ana's friend, Amber, joined us for the weekend) settled in to a hostel, drank beer, wandered around West Lake and ate dinner by the lake. The gardens around the lake are beautiful and at night it felt like Christmas time, with lights decorating ...
... train tickets seemed like it would have been a hard task for me if I were alone, let alone talking to the taxi drivers and giving instructions on where to go! It was night when we arrived and the first night I had felt tired so didn't do a lot other than get ready for bed! It felt nice to be somewhere quieter than the city, with clean air and a calm feeling to it. We stayed at a hostel, the Huwoo Life Resort, which was a ...