Nanhu Hotel Yueyang
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... you aggressively like we do in NZ when we’re road raging. They use them in a more cautionary way, "I’m coming up behind you – make sure you don’t turn in to my lane". When you get used to it it’s still chaotic but at least the tooting has a sensible function! However, our drive basically sat on the horn for a good hour as we were getting more and more frazzled with the situation, him and . We ...
... As we watched him drive we realized that the lines on the road are more of an option and it isn't unexpected to have a car from the far right hand lane decide to turn left in front of you. We arrived in Yueyang, Mia's city, 2 hours later. Our hotel had a bit more flavor than were are used to and extremely authentic, complete with massage service 24hr/day. Somehow, I don't think it was the Swedish variety. Jim and I were the only white people in the hotel and the 4 of us ...
I had enough of lines so I decided to go to less touristy places the rest of the time I had off. The next day, I headed to Yueyang, where I would attempt to board a ferry to a mysterious island where a very special tea is grown. When you make it, the leaves stand up straight, like needles in your pot. Ok, so Yueyang is only 1.5 hours away. I got there at about 10:30 but got hopelessly lost in a crazy, smelly Chinese market. I was so traumatized I couldn't even take ...
06:45 wake up call again on the boat loud speaker system :( We had docked at Zigui. We had to leave the boat at 07:30 and took a squashed small bus with the other G group to Yichang. Here we spent the morning in a massive shopping mall, getting brunch and snacks before getting another more comfortable bus to the train station in Yichang. Here we took a fast train to Wuchang, where we had to leave the station and re-enter for the over night train ...
... br> Like the other two great towers of Jiangnan, Yueyang Tower is famous partly due to its literary associations, namely the piece Yueyang Lou Ji, loosely translated as Memorial to Yueyang Tower, written by renowned Song poet Fan Zhongyan at the invitation of his friend Teng Zijing, who in 1044 became local governor and rebuilt the tower, and subsequent play Yueyang Tower by one of the most renown Chinese dramatists Ma Zhiyuan in the Yuan Dynasty era.
Other places to stay in Yueyang
Nanhu Square, Yueyang | Hotelfrom $53
No.587 Nanhu Avenue, Yueyanglou District, Yueyang | Hotelfrom $49
Railway station, Yueyang | Hotelfrom $32
No.29 Dongmaoling Road,Yueyanglou District, Yueyang | 4 star hotelfrom $50