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China Insider: Beijing to Shanghai Including a 3-Night Yangtze River Cruise

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Get a fascinating fix on China’s ever-changing landscape as you experience exciting cities (Beijing and Shanghai), explore the country’s smaller and wonderfully historic towns (Pingyao and Taiyuan) and rub shoulders with one of the greatest armies ever to be assembled (Xian’s Terra Cotta Warriors).  A highlight of your Brendan China vacation is a three-day Yangtze Cruise, taking you past the villages and through the Three Gorges that form quintessential China. Your cruise also affords a visit to the Three Gorges Dam, the enormous, concrete producer of both hydroelectric power and political controversy. There will be no debate, however, concerning the wonder of these 14 days in China, peeling back thousands of years of history and becoming immersed in today’s East-meets-West vibrancy.

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