Xiazhou Nan Hu Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After this brief Zoo visit we were supposed to be off to the
airport for a 3 pm flight but it got delayed so to fill in time we were taken
to the old city which was very crowded and fascinating. Plenty of street stalls
and vendors selling and trying to chase us for our money.
The plane was even further delayed so we had another visit
to see a grand Hall a magnificent structure in the middle of a peoples square.
... knows what it says. I ended up buying a huge tube of toothpaste for $2.50 because it came with a nice Hello Kitty mug that I thought was cute.
Finally, I got home to relax and enjoy my Saturday. I continued my Spanish movie weekend and watched The Motorcycle Diaries (about Che Guevara). All I wanted to do this weekend was spend some time with my favorite Mexicans (Figuratively, of course--I only wish I coudl meet Diego Luna and ...
... added to the mist on the river and we were glad we had our weatherproof gear. Jo (a 6 foot 4 inch American from The Virgin Islands) had an extra umbrella which was great protection for our camera.
What an awe inspiring tour. The Tajai people host visitors in this state owned tourist attraction. It features a two hour round trip walk that showcases the traditional lifestyle of this mountainous fishing and farming community. Lisa was full of stories ...
... all day, so could still visit the dam!
The family were against it. I should stay in bed until my train was due to leave - at 11.45pm that evening. They were right - but I wouldn't hear of it. I grinned and said I had to go, and would prefer to go together, but would take a bus/taxi if I had to. It was enough. Andy's mother called her brother who had a car, and half an hour later we were in his car driving to one of the modern world's great engineering ...
... having not witnessed other major dam projects of this scale, I can only conclude that, from a tourist point of view, a visit to the site is very worthwhile. Of course we had a beautiful sunny day, which was very conducive to a lengthy wander around the site! This was a worthy conclusion to our journey along the Yangtze. Century Star, we set off on the short cruise down river to the disembarkation point, enjoying the last relics of an ...