Yangguang Heping Hotel Chongqing
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... only two. Breakfast followed, but I rarely am hungry for breakfast, so I usually do something else. In Holland I escaped to quickly explore around whatever town or city where we were docked, returning before others even arose for the day; on our way to and from Antarctica I usually went to the gym and pounded on their treadmills. On the Victoria Anna we were told that to leave the boat we had to pay 100 yuan, ...
... that time. Also visited Seattle - Boeing airline factory. Gave him the inspiration to bring China into the future. During this time, farmers got together and divided up their land so they could farm their own land and keep their surplus crops to sell. (First time they could essentially have their own property to farm - and keep any surplus). Provided incentive for the farmers. Many towns were built up along the coast - ...
... These guides work hard to have a sense of humor! So the park that they have created to show off their dam is really beautiful. Lots of flowers and modern buildings. We took this fast escalator up to top of the mountain - several stages! Really fun - looked pretty cool with all the colorful umbrellas working their way up the mountain . . . From this mountain top, you could see the locks. . . Through the fog. (Susan says ...
... Hotel in Chongquing was like no other general manager I have met at a hotel. She came out to the bus on our arrival, along with a half dozen of her other staff, and hugged me, welcomed the group like she was welcoming us to her home. She made sure her staff was quick in distributing welcome drinks and our keys to the rooms. It took me back, her graciousness and sincerity. She welcomes many a diplomat and celebrity to her hotel, but ...
... to witness the giant gates open, and close, and observe our dramatic descent as we shared the space with another cruise ship and several barges. After the first descent, we called it a night as we were expected to be up even earlier than usual to tour the Three Gorges Dam itself via a park constructed for tourists and viewing. The Dam has been in operation since 2003, built at a cost of approximately 60 billion dollars; it is a source of electricity as well as making the ...