Da Li Tang Hotel Chongqing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... The buildings are quite modern and many unique. They have tried to green the city planting a number of trees with many several years old staked in a tripod arrangement. It was very humid here and the atmosphere very heavy with pollution.
At the Chongqing Zoo we concentrated on viewing the Pandas. Not as white as in the postcards but the brownish tinge is apparently due ...
... can definitely find something to suit their needs without much hassle. Aside from the price factor, be sure to consider the proximity to the attractions that you are planning to visit to make your accommodation option the best value for your money. The Somerset JieFangBei Chongqing is a great choice if you are looking for all the best modern comforts and easy access to the most popular attractions in Chongqing.
... of nowhere” in China yet. Always someone to be found, whether at a guest house far from heavily settled land or the kind hearted who stop on the highway to ensure I do not go thirsty. Our world’s most populated country is filled with those who are as kind as any. Straying from the hustle and bustle of commercial China and understanding the lingo make the experience all the better, despite the ongoing troubles of ...
... at 10pm on a Sunday evening this is where you can find locals unwinding and in one of those brilliant travel moments, Ollie and Crispin were challenged to a game. Both of them said that they had never seen such topspin...
Despite its last-minute inclusion in the trip we all enjoyed our time in Chongqing and felt that we could have happily spent a bit longer there - however the need to keep moving meant that the next day we would be moving into Sichuan province.
"How many stations are there in Chongqing?" I ask at the hostel travel desk in Chengdu as they help me piece together my route south east from here. "One" is the reply. Good. On that basis I give myself an hour or so to swap platforms there before the sleeper to Huaihua. But once I arrive at 15:00 and pick up my ticket I find out there are two. And fifty minutes isn't enough time to move between them. The next available train isn't until midnight, and there are no ...