Gao Xiong Hotel Wuhan

Address: No.907 Jianshe Avenue, Wuhan, Hubei, 430015, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Hankou Marshland area of Wuhan, is near Yellow Crane Tower, Hubei Provincial Museum, Mao Zedong's Villa, and Hongshan square.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Gao Xiong Hotel Wuhan

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Wuhan

September 20 - Two Gorges and Excursions

A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 20, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... not) and didn't get to see him all that often as she had to do the guiding job to earn money to keep things going. The government gives them around CYN600 (around $107) per year for living expenses! Doesn't cover much! We are so lucky where we live. We found a note on the bed when we returned - we have to disembark at 7:15am tomorrow morning. Breakfast starts at 6:15 and bags must be out in the corridor by 6:30! Looks like an early ...

Huizhou villages

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Sep 07, 2014

5 comments

And onto Wuyuan. A small town by Chinese standards - about 300,000 people. Its about 400km south east of Wuhan, or should I say a six hour bus ride. It's set in a hilly area of China and was my chance to see a bit of the countryside as scattered around the city are lots of old Huizhou villages where the traditional rural life still goes on. The first day here I headed out to one about 40 km east - Xiaoqi. Dates back to 787, or so the sign said. Lots of old houses and ...

Wuhan

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Sep 02, 2014

... The original tower was built in AD 223 but the one I saw was a reconstruction - built in 1980. It has actually been reconstructed many times so who knows if it still resembles the original. Looked good though. The magical dancing crane, immortalised in the poetry of Cui Hao, has long since flown though. Passed by a couple of temples on my ...

Yichang to Wuhan

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 31, 2014

5 comments

... only $40, very far, only private cars, no taxis". Yeah right. Finally I figured that if I walked up the hill from the dock to the main road I could catch a bus to the city and then get a taxi for $2 to the station. So, as soon as we docked, I was off to get my bus and taxi to catch the train at 5.30pm (I had 3 hours). Then I got lucky. Whilst waiting for the bus a local told me he was also going into town on the ...

Southern Travels

A travel blog entry by olivernzer on Aug 26, 2014

6 photos

... refusing my offer to take it instead- although he did complain the next morning that going to the toilet in the middle of the night was a bit of a pain. Generally, once people are up on the top bunk, they tend to stay there- possibly for ever.

Anyway, we got to Wuhan after a peaceful night's rocking, and realized we had missed out connection and the next train with seats wasn't until 4pm- which was a pain as the only reason we had taken ...