Motel 168 (Yichang Fazhan Avenue)

No.18 Fazhan Avenue, Dongshan Economy Development Zone, Yichang, Hubei, 443000, 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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Travel Blogs from Yichang

More cruising and cocktails before entering the lo

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 21, 2013

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... until 11:00 pm when we started passing through the locks. There are five locks which drop the boat over 100 metres over a kilometre. We watched the process for the first lock but couldn't stay awake any longer. I thought we were in for a very noisy night as there was a lot of metal scraping sounds as the gates opened and closed, and the water pumped out. I think I was asleep before my head hit the pillow and didn't hear a thing all ...


A travel blog entry by emmahodgin on Sep 03, 2012

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... we went to a small authentic chinese cafe and had dumplings. I then went back to the hotel and Wade decided to walk. After 3 hours of him not returning I started to worry as the hotel was only a 20 min walk away, I rang to find he was lost and again struggling to get any sense out of anybody because of the language barriers. He finally returned after about 4 hours with a map somebody had drawn for him which was 2 circles and a couple on lines on a napkin. Poor Wade!!


Clubbing, daming and boating

A travel blog entry by rosey on Sep 09, 2011

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... control of tourists at their strangest. People were so excited to share this monster construction project with us, but we all would rather have slept in.

What I did learn was that the 3 Gorges Dam cost 180 billion yuen to build and took 17 yeas. It offers flood control on the third longest river in the world and uses the changing water level to create power for the Chinese. It was supped to provide 90% of ...

Sailing through the 3 gorges - Dam!

A travel blog entry by dr.p on Jun 17, 2011

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... was my conversation with a lovely 83 year old Chinese lady. Our tour leader had asked us to find out what our Chinese symbol for the year that we were born and learn how to say this in Chinese. I knew I was a monkey and so I asked this lady - whose name was Rosa and she taught me how to say this in Chinese. ( I will write this phonetically) 'Waaar sher Whooo Za' - this means I am a monkey! Rosa was a linguist who had worked for four ...

Cruising the Yangtze river

A travel blog entry by jordanblair100 on Nov 03, 2010

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... and buggered off to explore the ship. It cost me an extra 5 to get a pass up onto the scabby viewing deck, 2 more than what I had been told. I wasn't happy. Coughing up the money though, I then sat out in the dark and watched as various vessels flowed past along the famed river. Our ship's horn almost perforated my eardrum as I sat there, and it wasn't long before the engines revved up and we set out on our way downstream. It was at this point that I finally ...