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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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... Trackers, men who did the treacherous job of using ropes to pull ships through the gorges when the water was much lower, are no longer needed, although we still could see some of the dizzyingly steep narrow paths they climbed to do their work. Those men played roulette with their lives every day, pulling the boats through. But sitting on the deck, surrounded by friends and other passengers who also came to sail ...
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China. 1.4 billion people. 1/6 of the population in the world. Slightly larger than US.
Tibet is very dry. Middle of the county - lots of gorges and mountains. Only the plateau near the river is good territory for people to live .
Chairman Mao was the most important political figure for many years in China. During his reign he was also the leader of the military. There is also a Premier, who ...
... just like we were the diplomats with this gesture. We were all so tired and hot and I thought maybe the group wanted to just get to their rooms for the quick turnaround we had between arrival and dinner. I'd give Sharon a six star for her and the Intercontinental for that greeting and warmth. Intercontinental, you rock!
The formal dinner we had that night was outstanding with everyone ordering steak (at least US$70 for a good ...
... sign at the bottom entrance and its in three languages, Chinese, English and Japanese. I have never seen Japanese anywhere else in China, including in Xi’an, the famous ancient capital. We took the winding path along the river and stayed on it as it starts to vertically deviate from the river and head up into the bamboo and trees. This backside entrance is actually one of the nicer areas I have seen in hechuan. It lies far enough outside of the city that buildings are a ...
... through a small fit of laughter, that the man had casually taken a sip from my teacup and had also had a try of one of or snacks, a sort of stick dipped in chocolate (he did not like the chocolate stick). At one point in the conversation we found out that he was 76. This means he has seen quite a bit, being a resident of China. Eventually, we (as in John) gathered that he was trying to make it to Sichuan province and need some money for the bus. I usually don’t give money ...