Marco Polo Wuhan
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... and commercial city, but recently some very pleasant waterfront and pedestrian areas have been built. It is also the home of Wuhan University, where Jin went to college.
In the morning we visited the campus of Wuhan University, which is a beautiful and picturesque spot. They have to charge admission during cherry blossom season, to keep the crowds ...
... the boat to visit a local school that the tour company sponsors. The elementary school was reminiscent of a prison/school architecture mix. We were greeted by all the children who were playing drums, violins, and dancing. We mingled with the children and visited a classroom until it was time to make our way back to the ship. We departed Yueyang hoping for clearer skies and water. Tomorrow we arrive at the controversial Three Gorges Dam and the Xiling ...
... our gate was at the farthest way along. We stopped in one of the restaurants for coffee, and tried their WiFi but couldn't connect to our email, but somehow Sarah managed to get us on FaceTime, which was a pleasant surprise.
David had told us the night before, that a commercial ship had got stuck somewhere along the Yangtze, so instead of getting on the boat in Wuhan, which is the normal process, we were going to have to be bused another three hours along ...
... on a rock wall probably 200 feet up a vertical wall, leaving everyone to wonder how they ever got the coffins up there. Wild monkeys live in the gorge and are quite willing to accept a peanut from any passerby. There was some spectacular scenery in the gorge. Too bad I can only show a few of the photographs. This is a very ...
... of Chongqing. This is an enormous city of 33 million. It is much bigger than Beijing and Shanghai. We will have a farewell dinner this evening.
Bright and early tomorrow we will make ready to disembark. We are going to visit Chongqing Zoo, to visit the giant panda - if they're awake!
After lunch we head to the airport for a one hour flight to Xian, the home of the Terracotta Warriors.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarco Polo Wuhan
the hotel was pleasant, but we were so greatly helped by the conceirge who saw us overloaded with baggage and sent two of his men - Eric and Henrry- to help us at the train station - and oh what a help they were. Sometimes it is the personal service that means everything - and thank you conceirge, Eric and Henrry foryou help - and the extra service, so kindly given.
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