Wuhan Travel Reviews

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Sep 19, 2012 16:16

When I arrived in Wuchang, I traveled by express train from Guangzhou and came Wuhan Railway Station in the evening and was a bit stressed out on the way to the hotel.
When I About 1 ½ weeks later went from Wuchang, without stress and with plenty of time together with my wife in the taxi. ... Details

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Jul 8, 2011 03:30

Just came back from Wuhan and here is my personal review for your reference. First, give some basic information. Wuhan is the capital city of Hubei Province and the city is divided into two parts by the Yangtze River. To the north of the river is Hanyang District while to its south are Hankou District ... Details

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Jan 21, 2010 01:19

Wuhan is a large city in Central China. It was said to be the city with the largest confines of a town in Mainland China. Someone doubt if Wuhan could rival Beijing and Shanghai in this respect. The answer is not important and insignificant to most of the people. The point is the Wuhan you see by ... Details

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Dec 1, 2009 22:04

I was born in Brooklyn. Through the wonders of the internet I met and married a lovely lady from Wuhan. She is in her 50’s was in the Chinese army for 20 years. 10 as a nurse in an army hospital, in Wuhan. She has lived also in Shenzhen and worked.

In the army hospital there accumulates ... Details

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Dec 24, 2006 09:12

I have to admit, I'm a scrooge when it comes to hotels. For a place I'm only going to stay a single night in, I couldn't care less how clean it is - as long as I can have a wash myself, and can get a good night's sleep, it's fine by me. I've stayed in some places that most foreign travellers in China ... Details

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Oct 17, 2006 08:10

Wuhan was living up to its unenviable reputation as one of China’s ‘four ovens’. The temperature was sizzling and I had cut my first visit short for this very same reason but was determined to stay around long enough this time to take in some more of Wuhans history and culture. This ... Details

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Jun 23, 2006 09:06

Ever since I was quite young, Wuhan was part of my vocabulary - even before I knew that it was at thre heart of China. You see, an ancestor of mine once worked there in the 1920s as a teacher. He died before I could meet him, but his story is handed down in family lore to this day.

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Feb 26, 2006 09:02

Just a fortnight before when I'd had to hop through Wuhan, I'd been most disappointed that I'd lost the chance to have a look around. This time, as if by magic, or perhaps further bad itinerary planning, I found myself needing to take a friend through the town - well, actually a mega-city - on our way ... Details

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Feb 16, 2006 05:02

It had been a mistake to leave the Yangtze River and continue on to Wuhan over land. Fortunately, my traveling companion Lao Hei and I found that there was a lot more of rural China to see on the journey that we might have missed had we stayed on the boat.

Crowded and bumpy, our bus entered the ... Details

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Nov 12, 2005 20:11

I travelled to China in 2003 to take up the position as Head of English at the School of Administration at Wuhan University in the Hubei Province of China. The University was a massive campus where students lived in dormitories and studied in class rooms along the stairways of the Dormitory ... Details

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