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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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