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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    ... of the porters) carrying loads of luggage smashing into the passengers as they took the same route through people and boats to get to the same cable cars up the hill. Yelling, screeching, pushing shoving, umbrellas hitting people, just chaos. It was quite unsafe and any one of my precious tour members could have fallen victim to a fall and worse, stampeding. It looked like an exodus. I was yelling at them at the top of my voice over all the chaos ...

    China Part 2: Sailing the Yangze and Hiking

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Apr 24, 2014

    109 photos

    ... her. Know, the crowd might not have understood English, but they understand ****** off (or authority), and the crowd stopped, we got the lady up, and proceeded on the bus. Marine mode is very effective for crowd control. The next few days saw us continuing down the river and passing through the 3 Gorges, whereby the section of the river gets it's name. Even accounting for the cold weather and the consistently freezing rain, it was some impressive scenery. And due to ...


    A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jul 31, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Zealand, very beautiful, very nice". A question we asked him was if English was the second language of choice all over China, and not just in the cities. "Oh yes!" He enthusiastically replied, "everyone here knows English". We were a bit skeptical of this at first, as we haven't had much luck asking for directions previously; many people we approach either shake their heads or blush and turn away. But this was normal ...

    This ain't your Tourist Trap China

    A travel blog entry by wuhan7 on Jul 14, 2012

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    ... or sitting and chatting and playing with the children and watching their fellow community members participate in all of the above. We strolled slowly taking it all in, the people so preoccupied we didn't even receive the ridiculous amount of stares we'd grown accustomed to, though we still drew notice (I was walking on the grass so as not to interrupt but Lareina said I'm going to get arrested, only half jokingly).

    At the sound of whips cracking we found several men with ...

    Duck heads and Chicken Feet

    A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Mar 12, 2011

    ... on the river by day, and staying at "villages" on the banks, by night.

    The first village, Fengjie, was about the size of Watford, but thankfully that's where the similarities ended. This one - Yichang was much larger, with imposing buildings and a huge metallic industrial heart - I almost thought I heard someone say "Eh, Calm down, calm down...eh mate?"

    Still there was no time to quip about our plight as, Frank the tank had already ...