Feng Du Hotel

Address: No.3 Zhongshan Road, Fengdu, Chongqing, 408200, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.3 Zhongshan Road, Fengdu.
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A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 27, 2015

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We leave late on the first night so not much to see or do except sleep, which I do pretty well despite the loud grunting coming from the other side of the room. I'm informed that it's not snoring because a person knows when they're snoring. It's just a blocked nose.

I'm awake when we dock on Fengdu early in the morning. Yes, I do mean ON Fengdu as the city is below the boat having been flooded when the Three Gorges Dam project was complete and the water ...

Yangtze River Cruise - ShiBaoZhai and Fengdu

A travel blog entry by swkemp on Sep 08, 2015

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... reached by a set of steps each time. Each stage had a temple with models of demons, devils and Buddhas. It was an interesting tour.

Tonight was the Captain's Farewell Banquet where we were served dishes to the table. All meals on the ship have been buffet style. All dishes are Chinese style with chicken, duck, vegetables and rice, and rather bland. They require some soy sauce and chillies.

FENDGU after the floods

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 12, 2015

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... life and activity. Photos of stalls with various sizes of dried noodles ready for a pot to be cooked in. Chicken heads left next to the chickens for sale. Four of us went into a small market where we bargained for Szechuan peppers and hot red chilies. Small mahjong parlors (a local board game) were hidden in nondescript rooms. The group was strewn out for two blocks. We turned a corner to see live ducks and chickens ...


A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 10, 2014

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... culture. Mother-in-laws mean nothing to a Chinese man, btw. A typical Chinese man will always take care of his family but not his wife's family. Our guide is not like this at all because he is more western and appreciates and loves his wife and her family.

Chinese people do not kiss in public. Ever. Chinese parents do not kiss their kids. Ever. Kissing is something you learn when the time comes. A Chinese man and woman would go in a room and hug and kiss but only ...

Just- Fengdon't.

A travel blog entry by turas on Oct 17, 2014

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... bit was finding out 120 each had been taken from the kitty to pay for the privilege.
B: I concur entirely with this assessment. There is nothing to add- it was horrific!

Sat 18th: The piped music this morning can't hurt; it is the trumpeting of the heralds, proclaiming our ...