Ramada Plaza Wuhan
Travel Blogs from Wuhan
came into work today because we had a tea party to celebrate our sales numbers. waited for a couple of hours. sat in a meeting with vicky translating to the foreign teachers. apparently for the past two weeks, we've sold the second most classes in all of china. so the consultants said that it was because of all of us. the tea party ended up being …
yesterday was spent searching out rona. she was leaving for the phillipines for two weeks; it'll be last time i see her in wuhan. her cell phone was turned off so i wasn't sure where she was. i decided to risk it and go to her apt. luckily, she was there. hung out with her for a little bit then went with her to catch the shuttle bus. but we had to …
There's some semi-old architecture in Wuhan. Most of it was destroyed in the early 20th century, but some of the buildings from the 1920s and up are nice. So I visited some of the places in my guidebook. I walked all the way from one end of the city to the other, where I had to catch my train.
There is a ...
In the morning, Ye took me to try a Wuhan specialty, "hot dry noodles". It tastes like regular noodles, except with tons of sesame seed sauce. Loved it. There was also some hot egg/rice wine mixture to drink. Delicious breakfast!
At the museum we watched a performance on some ancient bells and then saw the tomb of a really rich man from about BC 400. It was really well preserved ...
I went to Wuhan by train on Friday night. I didn't book anything because I was just plain lazy, and I had to sit on the floor. It was awful. I sat down beside a young teenage boy and then his mother came and suddenly sat down on my feet. There was no way I was going to be sticking out into the aisle, so ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility