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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Chongqing
It's a little bit old and you have to pay for the WiFi ( in these internet times a little bit old fashioned...)
But the rooms are big and comfy, neat! Staff is friendly!
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So I woke up with a huge headache and a fake rose lying next to me...
As I said I was going to play the game and I think I did well.
I am now sitting in my room, rainy day and a huge bottle of water trying to remember what happened last night.
Let me start with the beginning. I met my Indonesian friend Vina at …
Went to Chongqing for the 3 day Dragon Boat Festival holiday weekend. Why Chongqing? No reason really. Haven't been there I guess. And there is not a lot to do there except eat. So eat I did.
... us "this is NOT the real Chinese." It is very clear the only people that could possibly shop in The Gap or eat at the Burger King or McDonalds or shop at the iPhone store would be expats. This place is clearly built and used by tourists only. Some American Chinese people were there - taking pictures - tourists. Makes sense. An interesting note about the giant Apple store here - an Iphone in China will cost you over $1,000. The Apple store in ...
... list. We decided that one more temple was in order-The Confucius Temple. I have toured this with my boys as well and always enjoy the quiet gardens of this temple. It is quite different than the hustle and bustle of the Buddhist temples I have toured. Afterwards, we headed to Xintandi, a dining, and shopping area rebuilt in the style of old lane houses from the 1920's. Within this district is the site of the 1st National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party. We toured ...
... matched the atmosphere of the boat: it was pouring down and very misty! All day! In fact, the whole way! We stopped at Zhang Fei Temple in the evening for a supper of delicious noodle soup. On our second full day on the boat we docked early at Zhongxian and were able to visit an island called Shibaozhai, a 220m high rocky buttress which has, grafted onto its side, a twelve-storey, bright-red pagoda which was built in 1819 called ...