Wuhan Tianhe Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After travelling through the night we berthed at ShiBaoZhai (meaning Precious Stone Fortress) to visit the Red Pagoda. The walk from the boat went via numerous stalls (selling China bird whistles), and through the town (a relocation town built 1996) and across a wobbly suspension bridge to the pagoda. It is a 12 storey temple built, without nails, in the 18th century and 3 extra levels ...
... cliffs are caves with coffins. We arrived at a landing and climbed many stairs to the cultural show platform. There were numerous traders trying to sell their wares especially dried shrimp and tiny fish. We viewed a show with dances and singing.
We passed through the first gorge Xiling Gorge is 76 km long during the night. This afternoon the trip has involved passing through the second ...
... into the platform until five minutes for the train arrives. The Yangtze is 2400 km long, ending in The East China Sea at Shanghai and although it has been travelled for years it only recently became easy to navigate. The Three Gorges area was the most dangerous area where the water is squeezes between the limestone cliffs. Before the dam was built boats had to be hauled up ...
... the Warriors, I am sure Xian will become more prominent on the world stage. The airport is a reflection of where tourism is heading Today marks a travel day. Time is spent joining queues, passing through security, waiting at the gate, plane flight and eventually sitting on a bus for our 5 hour bus trip before boarding our boat for the river cruise. Looking forward to having a little down time as tours can be so hectic. So not too much to report on today. Our flight is ...
... where we had a meeting and a friendship agreement was signed by the three Boards. We were lucky enough to come in during the morning flag raisin, with Chinese anthem and all.
We then moved out to another high school. We were set in an auditorium- style classroom were students were permitted to ask questions, AND in English (it was somewhat required by their students). They asked very pertinent ...