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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TripAdvisor Reviews Three Gorges Dongshan Hotel Yichang

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Yichang

De Wuv Boat

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 07, 2014

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... met at 9am for our Hutong and rickshaw tour. This was an optional small group tour. We left the hotel at 9am and drove to the Hutong area of Beijing. Hutongs are the way most middled-aged and older Chinese grew-up living - one story homes with tiny alleyways and in courtyards. Jason, our guide, 31 years old, lived in one of these courtyards with his family and seven other families. His grandparents had seven kids at the time and then when his dad, the oldest in ...

Good bye Beijing

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... We took a walk through this food market (and were told very strongly not to eat anything). We didn't need to be told - they had bags strung out by their wings, sea horses, tarantulas, cicadas, you get the gist! We eventually landed at Yichang airport at around 9.30pm and got to the boat at around 10pm. Yichang is a pretty large provincial town which is situated on the Yangtze River. Yichang has a very advanced culture with much construction work and huge sky scrapers. ...

The World's Largest Power Station, and it's Green!

A travel blog entry by peterreefman on Oct 31, 2013

9 photos

... It was big. Of course it was. But over the course of this blog I think I've used all the "Big" words up, so I'll use a phrase I saw on a self-interpretative government description. It was "Absolute Superexcellent". Very fitting. I explained to Andy why it was important for me to visit the dam - that if I was touring the world's largest manufacturing country for literally all forms of renewable energy, it would be real shame if I could not see this, especially when I had ...

The three gorges

A travel blog entry by twoladsontour on May 01, 2013

We started our trip to the boat in apparently Chinas most attractive town, I failed to see how the people won that title though. We took a long bus trip to the river on which Jay need to wee every half hour, we stoped in a ghost town and wandered around trying to find somewhere to get a drink. The bar we stopped at was so pleased to have some customers they brought us out Multiple Chinese snacks to say thank ...

The Train to Xi'An

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss on Jun 18, 2012

14 photos

... person could join us in the room. I stood my ground and kept it so Major and I had both bottom bunks. If the other person wanted to come in they could get up on the other top bunk. The guy came in around 4pm and stayed with us until we debarked the train the next morning in Xi’An. It was an OK sleep after I got up and removed the trashcan from the room. There is something that the older Chinese men chew that they spit into the trash cans and it really stinks. I ...