Qing Jiang Hotel

Address: No.95 Dongshan Avenue, Xiling District, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang


A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 15, 2015

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... it all seems a bit Twilight Zone to me. One highway skirts the Yangtze and only a few car lights I spotted on the road. Where are all the people? What city dwellers want to live in rural areas, and that many of them? Huge cities and Ghost cities.

This is a criticism and all cultures have something that could be criticized, including America. With the size of population in China, I see very little attempt in education of the Chinese on a ...

A visit to one of China's biggest vanity projects

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 15, 2014

8 photos

... not fail to impress. It is such a huge project, but at what cost? It's a *******e to come to terms with as China desperately needs to find alternative ways of providing energy, as evidenced by the amount of smog, and the Dam provides electricity for 5% of the country's needs. Yet in the process of building it huge areas of the Three Gorges were destroyed and millions of people lost their homes, although we were given an ...

Three Gorges Dam

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on May 01, 2014

... ships from the middle level to the upper level, going up 110 meters. Each lock lift is about 22 meters rise, and it takes about 3 1/2 -4 hours to get through. We are scheduled to go through tonight starting at 8:30. You really cannot see anything when you are actually in the lock. They are also building a ship elevator that will take smaller boats (not the cruise ships) up in 40 minutes but this is still under construction. No cost to go ...

Yî. Èr. Sân.

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 07, 2013

6 comments, 49 photos

... s lost in translation, but there are all sorts of superstitious things to do.

Like what? (Those of you who know me well, know that I knock on wood a lot and say “kinehora” (sp?)r just because!) So… I walked over a bridge for good health taking only baby steps and yet another walk over another bridge that ensures good (wink, wink, p-l-e-a-s-e) marital relationships taking only odd number steps and starting on my right leg! I played ...

Stuck in Wanzhou - and it was great!

A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Aug 07, 2012

2 comments, 34 photos

... of the hydrofoil and get some pictures there. For the next few hours we cruised down the Yangtze, stopping off at small towns on the way and overtaking all huge tourist ferries which stop off at every historical site. My version had the highlights of seeing the gorges without all the faff or expense. The people on those boats had probably paid a few hundred quid. My hydrofoil ticket had cost about 25.

On the boat I was once again the subject of attention. I had a ton of ...