Yichang International Hotel

Address: No.121 Yanjiang Street, Xiling 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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    Yichang, hot hot hot

    A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... peeing and pooping), his grandfather quickly picked him up and stood him in front of me, where he continued to wiz, pretty much between my legs. Luckily nothing got on me. Grandpa dropped a Kleenex and wiped it up with his shoe, then kicked the Kleenex under the seat, very classy, and common. The kid was cute though, and Jamie snapped a pretty good picture, but you'll have to ask him about that one. Soon we would arrive at our next destination ...

    Venture of Man's Brilliance and Tiring Travel

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jun 17, 2011

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    ... spectrum with our natural environment. The dam had flooded a lot of areas and forced 2 million people to move from their homes. The government provided some housing and compensation, but was that enough? These people had lost their livelihoods for an apartment and a check, was that really worth it? I can’t say I know, all that I can truly say is that when China likes to build stuff, they like it BIG, and the Three Gorges Dam seemed to exemplify that fact. ...

    We got the end room!

    A travel blog entry by jthesq on Sep 20, 2010

    ... afar. Really not fair to those people. But, they claim they did it to help their economy. We sail through Xiling Gorge which is the first and longest of the three. If you aren't totally fogged in you may be able to see the jagged cliffs of stratified rocks that loom over the river. You make your way through Wu Gorge which is misty and forest covered. We ended up skipping supper and chose instead to have a dinner of chips, cookies and ...

    The three gorges

    A travel blog entry by longwayaround on May 06, 2010

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    ... it was impossible to sit up and open for everyone walking by to see. The trains we travelled on were relatively clean and when the lights went out at 10pm on the night trains most people were tucked up in bed. However, there was no chance of a lie in. At the first sign of day light the Chinese were up chatting, smoking, throat clearing and calls from the passing food carts definitely ensured you were up! At the end of each carriage were 2 ...

    Three Gorges to Yichang

    A travel blog entry by harryandnorah on Nov 02, 2008

    19 photos

    ... session with two Chinese speaking shop assistants we found some. One of the assistants pointed to a (Chinese) sign which read "All shoes come with a free Mercedes", well it could have done for all we know! We'd no chance of understanding, so she took us downstairs, out of the store and we stood in a queue outside. When we got to the end she handed over Norah's receipt and Norah was pointed to a lucky draw bin for a scratchcard. The girl scratched, handed ...

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