Hanting Express (Wuhan Xianggang Road)

No.38 Xianggang Road, Jiang'an District, Wuhan, Hubei, 430015, China | Motel
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Location

This motel, located in the Jianghan Road area of Wuhan, is near Yellow Crane Tower, Hubei Provincial Museum, Mao Zedong's Villa, and Hongshan square.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Wuhan

Huizhou villages

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Sep 07, 2014

5 comments

... The second day I hired a bike ( old men are not banned from hiring a bike here) and rode out to two other villages about 25km away - Sixi and Yancun. The owner of the hostel came with me on his bike for the ride. A nice ride and a chance to see the countryside a bit closer up. Lots of rice fields in the valley floors (quite high hills all around), tea plantations on the sides of some of the hills, and the usual vegetable crops - corn, beans, potatoes, peppers etc. Lots ...

Wuhan

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Sep 02, 2014

... the city ( part of the city ) - the Changchun Temple and the Guiyuan Temple ( Taoist and Buddhist respectively ). It's getting to be "just another temple" though. Lots of rain so my walks had to be timed carefully so as not to get wet. And pretty heavy rain on one of the days. Not a lot of Western tourists - in fact I didn't see any for my whole stay in ...

Yichang to Wuhan

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 31, 2014

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... The locals often don't know what street they are in let alone the street you want. And can they read a map? No way. Since I have been here it has rained off and on - more on than off. Rainy season. Its not heavy but wet all the same. And it's hot so the humidity is high making it all a little uncomfortable. Hopefully it clears and I can see the city ( another one with 4-5 million people) before its time to head further ...

Southern Travels

A travel blog entry by olivernzer on Aug 26, 2014

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... of the poem had given a distorted view of my actual Chinese speaking ability, and so he felt my western face was more interesting than my wrenching out of shape of Chinese tones and vowels.



After that excitement, it was off to a restaurant for lunch, and there Wen ordered half the restaurant’s menu again. We struggled through half of it, and kept the rest as snacks for the train. Wen made a point of telling me that actually ...

How have we never heard of this place?

A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Jul 17, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... There were literally TONs of
musical instruments, the coffins of 21 young women, and utensils which included
bronze jars that held 700 liters of wine each! The most impressive instruments
were the bronze chime bells. They were very well designed and represent
perfectly pitched C scale and had instructions for their play engraved right on
the bells. We went to a concert there that used some replica bells, but ...