Three Gorges Dongshan Hotel

Address: No.26 Chengdong Avenue, Dongshan Development Zone, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.26 Chengdong Avenue, Dongshan Development Zone, Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang

The World's Biggest Toilet

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Oct 15, 2014

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... savings outweigh the historical significance? This is a tough question to answer. With the amount of fossil fuels consumed in China on a daily basis the answer seems obvious but it's not quite that simple. In the years proceeding the building of the dam there had been mass floods along the river causing over a million deaths but in a country already suffering from substantial over population issues is ...

Oct 22, Yangtze R

A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 22, 2012

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... of the rising waters of the TGD. These people continued to farm on land that had a slope of up to 70 degrees. After breakfast we stopped at the city of Wushan and boarded smaller ferries. We then headed up the Danning River, passing through 3smaller gorges, the Dragon, Misty, and Emerald; nothing short of spectacular again. Not only was the landscape breathtaking, with huge cliffs, rainforests, emerald green water, but the scale of infrastructure to support the relocated ...

Venture of Man's Brilliance and Tiring Travel

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jun 17, 2011

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... to doom our species anyway. Just don’t tell sweet countries like Argentina to do the same please.

Anyway, the dam itself was pretty awesome for a bit, but most of us felt we’d spent a little too much time there. It was cool for some pictures and group shots with the incredible sight in the background, but there certainly wasn’t too much to do around it and most of us were so exhausted we just wanted to be done and get moving on. After all, ...

In which I go shopping, and make Korean friends.

A travel blog entry by jessinchina on Sep 18, 2010


... bag in Shenzhen). So, everything in America that was made in China is cheaper. That's a given. Here, everything is made... here. And its about half as expensive as it is in America. Maybe even less. I bought about ten different things including hangers, a notebook, a set of towels, a cup and some chopsticks all for less than $15 US. Go figure.
All of the Korean students were very friendly, and a few spoke pretty ...

The three gorges

A travel blog entry by longwayaround on May 06, 2010

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... be heard through the paper thin walls. We have discovered that Chinese people talk very loudly and aggressively to each other and almost always sound as though they are arguing. The weather and boat quality meant that we couldn’t wait for the trip to end. We were left very disappointed, tired and in need of a long hot shower. As we boarded our third overnight train in less than 2 weeks we had high hopes for Yangshuo our final destination in ...