Yangguang Hostel

Address: Guanba Road, Qianjiang District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 409099, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Guanba Road, Qianjiang District, Chongqing.
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Travel Blogs from Chongqing

Fengdu - Ghost City

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 20, 2014

24 photos

... and frightening at the same time. The Chinese do not waste anything and we found ourselves looking at pig tongue, snout, ears and everything in between. Walking through a fresh meat shed was quite confronting as we tried to come to grips with raw meat being prepared on dirty benches with no form of hygiene or refrigeration. The fresh fruit and vegetables were beautiful though and it was breathtaking and fantastic seeing the types of fruit and vegetables they eat every ...

How a NFL boasts become different for your tougher

A travel blog entry by xtihsstkgg on Aug 10, 2012

... enterprise exploded. And yet allowed them to hold you less than ideal period and additionally they could very well slightly retail an individual t-shirt is actually the amount of my spouse and i anticipate the property staff so that you victory?




And just how can we can expect it to hold more effective if you will likely not help some of us, despite the fact that yet they can be ...

Is China Communist?

A travel blog entry by bethcross on Mar 08, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... the President of the University, like in America. The person in charge is the Party Secretary at each University. He holds the most power and appoints the President.

On my flight to Shanghai I sat next to a business man that was flying back to his hometown of Shanghai. He had been in Chongqing on business. We had a wonderful talk! I asked him what he thought was the correct political term for China. He said, "The One Party System." I told him that at ...

Chongqing??? The Train Ride

A travel blog entry by dnunz on Aug 14, 2009

1 photo

... of the passengers except us had purchased hard seat tickets. The hard seat ticket is a free-for-all. They don't have assigned seats. Either you find a seat or you stand. So the common thing is to go to the dinning car and order some water. Soon the staff was getting hungry and irritated at the passengers refusing to leave and allow the staff a place to sit and eat. An argument ensued between the hungry staff and the seatless passengers. There was screaming ...

Three Gorges

A travel blog entry by dan-helen on Jun 09, 2007

3 photos

Entered the first Gorge (Qutang Gorge) at 6:45am, so an early start! It wasn't raining but very overcast but the views were still spectacular. The first Gorge is pretty short and we enetered the second (Wu Gorge) before breakfast! After breakfast we transferred onto a smaller ferry to go up the Little Three Gorges (our boat was too big to get up the river). Again very spectacular scenery with ...