Xinhua Hotel (Shuanglong Avenue)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So we arrive at Chongqing airport and are met by our guide Win and first taken for lunch , which was amazing. We especially enjoyed the fried inside out fish lol. We were supposed to go visit a factory shop but we suggested we go straight to our ship. We arrived at the President 7 cruise ship some 3-4 hours early which meant we got the pick of the rooms available to upgrade to. We viewed the ...
... coin into my hand and dashes off. When I finally board I realise that the description is accurate: a hard seat is a narrow park bench covered in a thin, solid cushion. The open carriage is full, with six of us squashed together around a small table. I have ten hours to share this the cheapest of the three ticket classes with a big group of secondary school students and a cluster of old gentleman. They've all got the gawping out of the way before, finally, we leave ...
... take a deep breath. Then sit down to a quiet tasty dinner.
Our cruise director Marion was another gracious person to work with. We find there are discrepancies in the itinerary our company and her company have. We tried to understand what is supposed to be included for the group. Some surely left to interpretation. Boarding early gave us the extra time to work this out before she is pulled a hundred different ways by ...
... the same meaning as they do in Chinese but they are said completely different. So, though they cant speak Kanji (Chinese characters) to each other, they can write them. Some of the conversation took place between pen and paper and that was lost on me. A little bit later ZhangYu, one of my best friends here asked if he could bring his teacher to visit them, he told me she was a Japanese teacher and could speak Japanese very well. I told them to meet us at the coffee shop. They came and ...
... through a small fit of laughter, that the man had casually taken a sip from my teacup and had also had a try of one of or snacks, a sort of stick dipped in chocolate (he did not like the chocolate stick). At one point in the conversation we found out that he was 76. This means he has seen quite a bit, being a resident of China. Eventually, we (as in John) gathered that he was trying to make it to Sichuan province and need some money for the bus. I usually don’t give money ...