Chongqing Tuozhan Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... all the moments I cherish are making me feel homesick the most. I can live anywhere but I get attached to people a lot. As a child after a holiday I would often cry one week after I was back home, because I missed the people I met.
It's still the same when leaving every time.
I hate this part. Saying goodbye makes me cry a long time and especially with people who mean a lot to me. Mostly I will cry a whole flight until my new destination or home. ...
Also this is a choice you made when signing a contract. Many people say they cannot leave because they got a job… Well I could have had a job as well for a long time but instead I will do jobs on temporary base or with a flexible contract so I can leave whenever I want but in the meantime I earn money and discover new cultures. Besides I choose to do a job in the coutry I want to discover. I am not building a career but I ...
... of wine it improved.
After the game (don't ask me who won;)) we went to Muse club for a dance. I think It might had been better to call it a night after the, I don't remember the amount , bottles of wine. At the club I danced a lot... To be honest I am the worst dancer with no rhythm at all but I love it too much to not do it. Suddenly a guy took me and lifted me like the dirty dancing scene ...well at least in my head it had looked this way. Than I realized it was ...
... after travelling 680km or thereabouts down the Yangtse. We’ve got a train to catch in less than two hours so we hit the front of the queue for the exit, much to the chagrin of the swarming Chinese folks we’ve shared the boat with for the last few days. We jump off, grab our transfer bus to Yichang where we get off at the railway station. Its early afternoon, but we need to travel down to Wuchan to catch our next overnight sleeper train to Guilin ...
... Initially, when we approached the ticket table, the lady said 88; I then felt like an ass and said, "no, brother He said it's free for us". He found us and waved us inside. Inside the bar were countless snacks and types of alcohol free to the crowd who paid to enter. Even if I had paid, it would've been worth it; between the activities, such as a balloon-making clown (...), charades (in Chinese, of course) and the endless food and drinks and entertainment of the man we called ...
More great choices in Chongqing
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Chongqing
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations