Shangri-La Hotel Wuhan
Travel Blogs from Wuhan
just continuing our high paced journey through China....
eerily we had almost an entire hard-sleeper carriage to ourselves for the night. We weren't sure if we appreciated the policeman's warning to look after everything & ended up practically hugging our bags all ...
... from our fellow Chinese passengers. At least not until the karaoke started. Most of the cruise was spent looking at gorges from one of three boats, keeping an eye out for monkeys and identifying the sometimes tenuously named rock shapes. Apparently this is my hidden talent as I spotted many that were clearly missing from the Chinese commentary. It even earned me my first faux "I'm proud of ...
... Tomolo hotel. A boutique hotel as travel guides refer to these hotels.
It turned out it was positioned right next to a large shopping mall street where cars or motorbikes were not permitted and for some reason were not there!! In China we usually see someone driving the wrong way up a one way street or doing a U-turn under a sign saying no U turn.
Not only were we next to this interesting mall we were ...
Another seven or so hour bus ride along the modern Chinese highways brought us to the huge city of Wuhan (about 10 million inhabitants – crazy, right) where we stayed for two nights.
During the days Wuhan was like in an oven – the thermometer hit 38 degrees which slowed down our activity level quite considerably. As Wuhan is more of a commercial rather than tourist center we spent a lazy day with a bit of shopping and eating very spicy hot pot ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center