Yangguang Heping Hotel Chongqing
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... Arnold and three of his colleagues worked with Viking in 2003 to develop an itinerary for Viking to offer their customers a chance to tour China. They spent years in Chongqing working on a ship that would work for their customers. According to the government, they must utilize a Chinese ship - they cannot own their own ship for use in China. However, these ships needed to be completely gutted and then retrofitted to better ...
... 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 ...
... myth. I hope the fog will lift enough so that we can see something. :-(. As the story goes, the huge rock, against which the temple was built, was one of the stones used by Wu Wa, a goddess from Chinese mythology, when she was mending the sky. Many years later (around 1644) an insurgent army settled on this rock and used it as their fortress.
It's now 4:30. I am sitting on my balcony, after cooling off with a "free" beer ...
... 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 ...
... the area. There were also a couple of stages there (one public and the other for the richer classes) for opera and plays. Our guide told us he had recently walked to Tibet in 34 days! On our way to the boat for the cruise, we stopped at a supermarket to buy some food for a simple tea (fruit and biscuits) as, while we would have liked to have had a hotpot (the local specialty), we didn't think we would do it justice after the large lunch. Boarding the ...