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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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Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... the garage was piled high with the spuds.
We visited a local kindergarten opposite then and saw the
cute children all doing activities to music copying the 2 teachers at the front
of the room. The kindergarten was clean but had few toys in sight.
That evening we had a Captain’s farewell dinner on the boat.
He looked about 30 and was softly spoken and described our journey in Chinese
so we had an interpreter.
... buildings and building much larger ones and eating into the countryside. An overwhelming 30 million people live in the several towns and cities that make up the greater Chongqing metropolitan zone.
The city centre is immaculate with the bright lights of big, famous fashion brands illuminating the main streets. When viewed from afar, as we did when crossing the river by cable car, it has a ...
... 20841; 3736;高樓直插 20837;雲，又像& #39640;樓森林， 一望無際， ;當年的洋ඡ 2;和商舖，Ĩ 94;在是麻將' 208;和理髮店 5292;天空灰撲 25778;的，陽光& #22909;像在濾鏡 後面。
... Farmer ID cards so they are allowed to have two children each if the first child is a girl. Urban families are strictly held to the one child policy. We saw birth control clinics everywhere. If they choose to have a second child, they must pay a fine as well as pay all health and education expenses for the second child.
On our way back to the River Boat we visited a most interesting market. One could buy a pig snout, duck feet, get ...
... China? What about Hechuan?", "Do you know how to get home?", "What's your salary?" I answered all of them while the occasional person would scream out, "They eat eggs! They drink milk!" while Alexi somehow got screwed talking to the old lady with no teeth. Luckily, she departed and Alexi got to talk to the former break-dancers, one of whom owns a juice bar somewhere around here. He gave Alexi his phone number and told him to tell his students to join us at his ...