Cygnet Plaza Chongqing

No.78 North Jianxin Road, Jiang Bei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 400020, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chongqing

Yangtze River Cruise shenanigans!

A travel blog entry by jon_lowra2014

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... and thought Jon would just stay outside where he was dropped off! Nope!!! I was walking up and down the streets looking for him with no means of contacting him as I had everything on me. There were no other western people around so I thought he'd be pretty easy to find if I needed a man hunt! 30 minutes later I found him! It seemed like hours #panicking. Clever clogs had panicked and saw a lady from the bus and started following her into the town where all the hustle and ...

Hot pot

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... having a smart phone/nice clothes/a good car than the fact that you can't see the top of any buildings because of all the smog.

We went to bed, hoping that the comfy mattress would take away our "Chongqing Blues" (which is actually a film, hopefully not about a couple who go travelling and end up topping themselves when they reach Chongqing!)

The next morning (10th January), we had a re-think about our timetable and route through China, as we seem to ...

The Fake Ancient Town

A travel blog entry by aralie

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by Julia Powalla

Julia mentioned, He Wu and Zhao Rong had taken her to a place like that before: an open air museum with re-build old Chinese country houses. On the way to the 'fake ancient town' He Wu kept referring to, he stopped the car in front of a modern Expo building, covered with lawns and trees on various plateaus. "Diversity" he said, repeating what I had said about China in front of his class. "Old - and new." Julia noticed how ineffective ...

Tanks, Ponds & Buddhas

A travel blog entry by aralie

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... we finally got out to buy our train tickets to Chongqing we learned that we had to leave about two and a half hours later (the alternative would have been to spend New Year's Eve on a Chinese night train, actually not too bad, but we decided otherwise). So we had to pack our things and get to the railway station in quite a hassle.

I’m a fan of Chinese night trains! We slept in the upper beds that are actually a little like a long and narrow cave, hard to climb ...

Sorry, break dancers.

A travel blog entry by jbingham

... a while. Our observations were promptly shut down as a lady in front of me spotted us, turning around and showing her kid. Then the lady beside her grabbed who must've been her 90+ year old mother and turned her to face us. The lady was about 4' 9" and the cutest little old lady, smiling like mad and rambling about our hair and other incomprehensible things due to lack of teeth.

Soon enough, the break-dancers lost their crowd and even joined them as we got ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Yubei District area of Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Hanasi Lake, Gelè Hill (Gelè Shan/Báigong Guan/SACO), and Sailimu Lake.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cygnet Plaza Chongqing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent