Perfect Time International Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPerfect Time International Youth Hostel Chongqing
The staff was really friendly and helpful especially when planning outings. The food there was decent, but the room was very nice. It is situated in Ci Qi Kou ancient town and it is right next to the Jinliang (Jiliang?) River. The wifi was good as well.
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... us "this is NOT the real Chinese." It is very clear the only people that could possibly shop in The Gap or eat at the Burger King or McDonalds or shop at the iPhone store would be expats. This place is clearly built and used by tourists only. Some American Chinese people were there - taking pictures - tourists. Makes sense. An interesting note about the giant Apple store here - an Iphone in China will cost you over $1,000. The Apple store in ...
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... was good for me in the end. Even when people told him to slow down he'd just ignore them and tell them I understood (sometimes I didn't, honestly). I just nodded and kind of got the picture. The cook would come out occasionally and ask me questions like where I was from (which state specifically). I told him he probably doesn't know it, but he wanted to know anyways. I told him. He didn't know. I told him "New York's here," gesturing, "and I'm here", pointing under it. He said ...
... It must've been pretty shocking to see me sitting on that couch--we plan on having a sit down talk where I can introduce myself to her a little better, because I didn't really get to talk to her much at all. The only word I said to her was "20". Yep. I said it to her while my dad was bargaining, and the guy wanted 120. I whispered "20" to her, and she laughed. At least I got that much. In just one word I charmed her (so I tell myself).
After Ciqikou, ...