Renaissance Wuhan Hotel
Travel Blogs from Wuhan
... house that was built from relocation money - families were offered an amount of money to move if they were to be affected by the increased river water level. The more modern home was very large and housed three generations of the same family. It was sparsely decorated and unheated. They wear more clothes if it gets cold and sometimes use an electric heater.
This afternoon we are cruising to our ...
... when the water level was low. Clothing would irritate their skin so would do this naked. Now, they demonstrate the practice fully clothed!
The scenery was amazing. Hopefully, I will be able to upload some photos. Wifi is a bit iffy.
On the return leg our guide sang two songs in her local dialect - very beautiful. The Tu Jai language is not written and now ...
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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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center