Xia Zhou Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The fruit basket, however, is questionable at best and we are so not eating any of it! Also, I brought a tiny can of "human-friendly" OFF spray for bugs and I'm glad I did!! There are little bugs flying in our room (no screen) through the door so I am going to spray down our balcony, our sliding door, and our room. Bugs be gone!
I'll write more tomorrow, hopefully. They state that Internet access is sporadic through the gorges. Today has been a long, interesting ...
... and a version involving a ball on a racquet), singing, playing musical instruments, dancing (some with "minority" costumes), playing cards and chinese checkers, and even knitting.
After walking along (another) long corridor, we entered the courtyard surrounding the Temple of Heaven. It was also very busy, but mostly with tourists rather than locals. We explored some of the area around the Temple of Heaven - the complex covers 2.7m square meters (more than ...
... government are clearly very proud of the project. They consider it a monumental social, economic and environmental success and in many ways, they are right. It will produce masses of clean electricity and reduce carbon emissions. After witnessing the pollution in Chinese cities, this is much needed! However, the dam flooded archaeological and cultural sites and displaced 1.3 million people from their homes. It has also partially flooded two ...
... downstream by providing flood storage space. As it is early in the season, only one channel is operating so we could not use the lock to go up to the top of the dam. This project is so large that pictures do not capture the magnitude of the site. After lunch we get a tour of the boat and depart through the Wu Gorge then enter Xiling Gorge for our next ...
... going! The stops were the same for all the cruises so the temples were crowded. I hate to admit it but I was part of a group that followed a guide with a flag barking into a tinny speaker system. No choice here this is the only way you are allowed off the boat. There were only about 80 westerners on the cruise and the majority were American. I was the only one traveling solo and independently. The ship is only ...