365 Days Inn Yichang Liyuan

Address: No.11 Dongshan Avenue, Liyuan Building, Xiling District, Yichang, Hubei, 443002, China | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on No.11 Dongshan Avenue, Liyuan Building, Xiling District, Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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Travel Blogs from Yichang

Where's the blue sky?

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Oct 14, 2014

3 comments, 13 photos

... Many of the paddy fields are black and there are many areas where the fields are on fire, presumably the Chinese equivalent of stubble burning. The houses are slightly different as well. They're mostly two story houses and look reasonably new - I literally cannot see an older house or building anywhere. Despite the fact that we left the mountain area in blue sky, predictably we're now in smog! It's not a cloudy day but the sky is covered in ...

Yichang, Beginning of Yangtze cruise

A travel blog entry by emmaw on Aug 05, 2013

38 photos

... drove up towards the look out points. The bus dropped us off and we could see people making their way up a hill - it wasn't until we looked carefully that we realised they were riding on an escalator up the hill - perfect, as its about 100 degrees today!! It took three separate escalators to get up the hill (or maybe four, I can't remember?!) but the view from the top was fantastic - right over the locks. We could see various ...

Yangtze River Cruise

A travel blog entry by heatherburns007 on Nov 01, 2012

9 photos

... like so much of the Chinese landscape , the stuff of dreams.

The stories I have read about life on the Yangtze during the 20's and 30's had created a romantic image of trading silk and tea with Europeans but the reality today of an industrial revolution is pollution and squalor with ugly architecture. There is an almost permanent smog/fog as we approach Chongqing.

Will the sky ever be blue again?


Venture of Man's Brilliance and Tiring Travel

A travel blog entry by wandertrust on Jun 17, 2011

61 photos

... 8217;t help me out. Even Shang said he didn’t know the English translation for them, but said it wouldn’t matter because there’s no where I’d be able to find em in the States. Oh well, I’ll enjoy such things while I’m here and miss them when I’m gone, just as I miss home now as I sit here in the world’s most populous nation.

After our wonderful lunch it was time to board the six hour bus ride to Wuhan. ...

In which I go shopping, and make Korean friends.

A travel blog entry by jessinchina on Sep 18, 2010


China is certainly not America.

I know that many people say that the world is growing smaller. They say that cultures are becoming less and less defined and people are all being swept away by the mass media. The media is here, that I cannot deny. Ads with Caucasian faces line every wall and cover every billboard. But the culture is not being taken from the different peoples of the world; it is being catered to.