Electric Power Hotel

Address: No.132 Dongshan Avenue, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.132 Dongshan Avenue, 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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    ... started vomiting on one of my group members crying out “I need a hospital”. Could anything else happen here? I saw Suzanne’s shocked look on her face and was too far away for her to yell out to me what was happening. Someone moved in the aisle of the aircraft and I saw what was happening. The sad part? The tour manager for that group did nothing to help her out. We wanted the doors closed on that plane and to get out of here, ...

    China Part 2: Sailing the Yangze and Hiking

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... in historic times. So, this meant a masses of Chinese tourists (it's just not your boat) fighting in the lines to get on a bus. And being a westerner, some apparently thought I was the weak point to try and push through. In my head I was thinking, "B*!?&, I've been to India, don't f*!?." After a sharp elbow and package poke or two, they backed off. At this point too a lady got knocked over but people kept fighting to get on the bus, minus one old man you stopped ...


    A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jul 31, 2013

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    Liam: We managed to make a friend on our overnight train from Chengdu to Yichang. Meiyu, a student with family in Yichang, practically leapt down the cabin the moment he saw us and heard us speaking English. He needed the practice he said and rarely met any 'Americans'. We were quick to point out we are Kiwis from Xīnxīlán (shin-she-lan) and Meiyu, like every other Chinese resident we have met so far replied, "Ah ...

    This ain't your Tourist Trap China

    A travel blog entry by wuhan7 on Jul 14, 2012

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    ... our last night in Yichang. As we wandered through the park which yesterday has been drenched in the downpour (that was part of our contract with the heavens to let us play ultimate frisbee on Wednesday) the near empty walkways were now filled with people. In the US, you would have thought there was a concert. Instead, there were Chinese men and women playing a unique kind of hackey sack, or badminton without a net, or dancing the waltz, or breakdancing, or doing tai chi, or dance ...

    All Aboard

    A travel blog entry by gretchencotter on Sep 26, 2011

    1 comment

    OK, I give up. I can't decide if the haze is smog, fog, haze, or just what, but there sure is a lot of it. It looks like smog except that it is more gray and less brown than smog and doesn't burn my eyes the way smog would. Whatever it is, it covers Beijing and what should be the beautiful vistas of floating gardens, a lake filled with paddle boats, hillside temples, etc., is a series of shades ...