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Hubu Alley, Wuhan

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Satisfy you hunger at Hubu Alley, a bustling food district packed with mouth watering local dishes. The alley stretches for approximately 150 m (500 ft), so it's generally one of the city's most crowded spots--especially at meal times. Taste a vast array of delicious local specialties, including hot dry noodles, fried rice, wontons, mianwo (Chinese doughnut), tofu jelly, and fried fish. Put Hubu Alley into our Wuhan itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Clients, Lane has a lot of Wuhan food, like say 燒, small Achelata, crispy Lotus root, sweet-scented osmanthus Mi Lou, bird's three hulls and so on terms Street Wuhan can eat light food, real relationships are very good! Any gifts can be bought with a little bit hand back Oh!
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  • Here is Wuhan most famous of street, Wuhan people tube eat breakfast called early, here has hot cracker, paste soup powder, called spent chicken, various barbecue series, also has Su elbow morning of when lively extraordinary, has been to night only closed, General weekend whole article Street was blocking have packed, people coming and going, buzz, I and I boyfriend on in weekend to had once, to eat a bowl Xu sister-in-law paste soup powder, most authentic of a, spicy have cool hubu Xiang also has stone, and boyfriend walk, side eat side shopping, go to Yangtze River side also can blow blow River wind, Jianghan road, ride the ferry to take the subway back to the Valley, Afar Riverview look, Yangtze River Bridge lights beautiful, worthy of rivers and lakes in Wuhan, magnificent, standing on the beach make you feel mental and physical tolerance, hubu lane in this area is very suitable for couples and friends who first came to Wuhan shopping line
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  • Actually to of place more has only found, most of snacks Street are gradually variable of as, on like Jinan of Lotus Street very very crowded, and dirty, Xian of Huis Street and Wuhan of hubu Xiang although no so crowded, but also dirty, has difference of just place features of some different just, as hubu Xiang of hot cracker, Xian of meat series and pasta, is a not to will regrets to has will disappointed of of place.
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  • Streets are mean streets. They take their breakfast here in Wuhan is standard. One of the highlights of Wuhan. Because quite often people Sri is your look out!. Of course lunch I recommend it?
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  • Human giant, snack Street national are the same, nothing to see
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  • 臭豆腐不錯,其他就不甚了了。
  • 看起來吃了會拉到死掉的食物,附近黃鶴樓道的二手古著店已經剩四家,沒有太多可以逛的去台北萬華就好…

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In clusters along the river sit perhaps the most popular accommodations in Wuhan. The newer, chain hotels sit together in shiny commercial districts overlooking the water, while simple guesthouses sit in the older districts, on the more atmospheric streets of the city. Away from the river, on either bank, metro stations and parks become the centers of interest for most hoteliers and guesthouses owners, with a good mix of upmarket and budget options to be found. Some of the most luxurious options in the city lie to the east of the center, including resorts and upmarket branded hotels overlooking the lake.
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