Xiazhou Yinhai Lijing Hotel

Address: No.124 Yanjiang Avenue, Wujia District, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang


A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 15, 2015

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... of an ambien and off to sleep I was. I will always remember 9:57pm when the owner of Destination Asia, our Beijing office, was on the cell telling me the options of getting to the airport for at 12:45am flight as we could not get seats on the 9am flight. Other options we discussed was of an eight hour train ride or flying via Chongquing all day the next day. I decided on the first one – out on the 12:45am flight.

The next minutes were ...

The World's Biggest Toilet

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 15, 2014

20 photos

... first day- both my friend and I were hit in the head with peanut shells. Then on the last day I observed someone getting a dousing of who knows what liquid from an upper deck. Standards are definitely not what you would expect of tourist class at home and the more I have observed the more I feel like people here are perfectly content living in their own filth. I have watched people on countless occasions ...

China Part 2: Sailing the Yangze and Hiking

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Apr 24, 2014

109 photos

... as a mattress on wood, a solid piece of plywood if you're lucky, and if not some boards that are broken. Evidently it's a common complaint among westerners that the beds are too hard, while Chinese who've visited America or Europe complain that our beds are too soft. Anyone who speaks a little English always wants to talk to you, even if all they know is "Do you speak Chinese?" It gets a little tiring as the questions always follow this form: "Do you speak Chinese, ...

Yî. Èr. Sân.

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 07, 2013

6 comments, 49 photos

... villages and towns and farmlands and glimpsed every day life in China. The people are beautiful, especially the children.

My suitcase is ever expanding. And I can truly say that what I’ve purchased was made in China. Although, some of I see looks like stuff that I saw that was made in India so who knows! There’s so much stuff here, lots of it junk, but some of it really special and some of the handicrafts are truly lovely.


Sanpan day

A travel blog entry by tom.beccamarty on Jul 14, 2012

198 photos

We took a ferry from the boat after tea, ti chi and breakfast. Each hotel or ship has a Ti Chi Master who wears white silk pajama looking things. They lead it for all who want to join in.

Next, we boarded a sanpan to see the gorge, hanging coffins of the Ba, actual wild monkeys cavorting along the on the banks, ...