Motel 168 (Yichang Fazhan Avenue)

Address: No.18 Fazhan Avenue, Dongshan Economy Development Zone, Yichang, Hubei, 443005, China | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Dongshan development Zone area of Yichang, is near Three Gorges Dam Project.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Yichang

THE YICHANG AFFAIR

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 15, 2015

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... awful unreliable airline) was the only ticket in town from Yichang to Shanghai. This group took it in stride. I was very impressed when it came time to tell them we were staying the night. The airline had offered to put us on a coach to take us to dinner, but they all piped up with they wanted to do something on their own. They started with happy hour in the bar!

I went to my room and ordered room service and to bed. I took just a ...

China Part 2: Sailing the Yangze and Hiking

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Apr 24, 2014

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... English helped me and pointed me to the mini-bus (the same one when I asked the driver shook his head no). Arriving in town, I walked to my hostel and experienced my first real culture shock since I've been in China, there were about 10 westerners hanging out in the restaurant. For the past 2 weeks the most I've seen was at the wedding, only 2-3 others in passing. It was the most English I've heard in a while. The Zhangjiajie forest is a mountainous area covered by ...

Engineering!

A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jul 31, 2013

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... on the way in. A Civil Engineer's dream! I was loving it. After a few hours looking around we headed back and stopped off for lunch. It turns out there are a few local hot-pot style dishes made with fish from the Yangtse River. We had to try one and it was delicious, the fish was so fresh it was killed and chopped up in front of us! We left with full stomachs, and a lighter wallet (fish sold per kg... whoops) to check out ...

This ain't your Tourist Trap China

A travel blog entry by wuhan7 on Jul 14, 2012

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... the river, even with the intrusion of humankind on all sides.

Most of all, I thought about the new people we'd me. Lareina, Lulu, Shirley, Fiona, Tiffany and Erica were some of our great guides. Aryton and Kathy, Tony and Frank, Jesse and Sam, and all our other new friends, even as I name them knowing full well those names are significant only to us English speakers. I owe them credit to making our Chinese experience wonderful. They have been the generosity of the ...

Duck heads and Chicken Feet

A travel blog entry by lionelrishi on Mar 12, 2011

... The Hutong's inhabitants look of apprehension matched our own but then, thankfully their interest in us dwindled away, as rapidly as ours did, about going in.

Walking down the only illumination emanated from open BBQ stalls, but as we got further into the alley, things started to brighten up, albeit through artificial Neon, and when we got to our destination, the vibe was positively uplifting.

Frank had brought us to a restaurant ...