Pinghu Hotel Yichang

Address: No.53 Dongshan Road, Yichang, Hubei, 443002, China | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Xiling theater area of Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang

Good bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... bad and the rubbish and poverty was pretty confronting (slightly different from our past few day). However, it is what it is and the people seemed happy. They are hoarders and the amount of junk/treasure was amazing. We were told not to tip the rickshaw drivers, but ours had the balls to not only ask for money, but get pretty annoyed when we just walked off, trying to hassle us for dollars. After our rickshaw ride, we were bused to a nice restaurant for lunch, once again ...

Three Gorges Dam

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on May 01, 2014

... Dam, which is huge and clearly still a source of controversy here, as some 1.3 million people (!) had to be relocated (or persuaded to move, as our guide put it). You are taken in a bus up to a model of the whole dam project, which gives a good view of it, and then take 4 escalators up about 8 floors to a viewpoint at the top where you can see the whole thing. (Sign on the escalator - don't playing on the autowalk). There is a series of 5 locks ...

The World's Largest Power Station, and it's Green!

A travel blog entry by peterreefman on Oct 31, 2013

9 photos

... confused reply.

To put some numbers around that, if you add up ALL the power stations in Australia - all the coal, gas, hydro, wind, solar, etc - it is about 34GW. That is Australia's total generating capacity. The Three-Gorges Dam has a capacity on its own of 22.5GW - more than 2/3rds of all the electricity produced in Australia. I know there were many environmental and social problems surrounding the dam, but there's no doubt that it prevented the ...

Bullet train and Teddy's Restaurant

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on May 28, 2013

1 photo

Tom checked out the free breakfast but as we suspected it was going to be safer to give that one a miss! We checked out and walked for 15 mins to the main train station, where a helpful security man helped us get tickets for the bullet train. Unfortunately it was very busy so we got one firm seat and one seat in a free for all carriage! We had some time and so took advantage of the large China Post by shipping back the shopping ...

Cruising the Yangtze river

A travel blog entry by jordanblair100 on Nov 03, 2010

15 photos

... brain was going to explode. The kind after affects of a night of drinking Great Wall red wine.
I took a taxi to my hostel, and although twice being a little bit sick in my mouth, I found the ride really nice. I'd arrived at the city's northern train station, and as the car ventured south and crossed the high bridge into Chongqing proper the skyline became excitingly reminiscent of Manhattan. There was just skyscraper after skyscraper. The further into the ...