Li Yuan International Hotel

Address: No.173 Hangkong Road, Xiangyang District, Xiangfan, Hubei, 441104, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.173 Hangkong Road, Xiangyang District, Xiangfan, is near Wudang Mountain.
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      Morning Tea, Tai Chi & Gossip

      A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... or settle down. After dinner, by the way, we went through the locks of the dam. It was very noisy with lots of screeching and grinding and it was well after midnight until we were finished. Everyone was kept up very late because of all the noise. Apparently there was a problem with the boat in front of us and we were stuck in the last lock for a long time. I don't know the particulars but that was the gossip at morning tea and Tai Chi practice. I was awake, showered, dressed ...

      Twenty thousand steps

      A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... Palace Temple. It was lovely up there, but there were no views to be had sadly. However, it did look down on the roof of the temples below and was extremely beautiful. We were treated to some chanting by some of the visitors which we watched for. While and was a real treat. There were Taoist monks wandering around in their very individual outfits and long hair. In one temple there was a young monk playing a recorder, all of which added to the atmosphere. There was ...

      Welcome home

      A travel blog entry by linda1davechina on Oct 03, 2014

      15 photos

      ... to go with the flow.

      The thing that stood out for me was how filthy the streets were. Was it this bad when we lived there, or have we just got used to a new 'norm', and so are noticing the rubbish more? I'm sure it wasn't that bad. I love Nanyang, but didn't feel proud about the state of the streets at all.

      Of course, the best thing about Nanyang is it's people, and we spent three days catching up with friends. Tiffany and Nicholas were ...

      Yangzte Rver Day 2 - the gorges

      A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 14, 2014

      93 photos

      ... material their clothes were made from chafed too badly when they were wet. However, now with the dam in place and the water level 20 metres higher (in summer, 40 metres higher in winter) there were no longer any rapids to contend with so our being towed (for only about 30 metres) was just a demonstration of what used to happen.

      Back to rowing with three guys in front with one long paddle each and another at the back steering we proceeded further upstream. Soon ...

      Wo Wo Wu'an

      A travel blog entry by derektrips on Aug 10, 2012

      49 photos

      ... to Jingniang Lake. Jingniang Lake is an enchanting land with green hills and clear water. It is located in the northwest of Wuan city and about 37 miles away from Handan City. Its name originated from the touching story of Zhao Kuangyin, the first emperor of the Song Dynasty (960 - 1279) who sent off the girl he rescued, Jingniang.Embraced by verdant mountains, Jingniang Lake is picturesque with a variety of both natural and artificial formations. The latter is ever so vividly ...