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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
... and then asked if anything else was available and we were told only the presidential suites, so we said you had better show us :-) you can tell where this is going, yes we ended up with one of only two presidential suites both of which had their own sun terrace and positioned right on the bow of the ship under the bridge. It's was Kelly's treat to us... The suite was amazing, separate ...
... while we wait for our respective trains. For the hour that follows he reads out interesting sentences from the bilingual waiting room magazine (called 'Train'). He takes the time to correct my pronunciation, despite quickly realising that this is a lost cause. In return I read back to him in English and show him pictures of my family, my travel buddies and Mongolia. His mother looks on apologetically but it's a neat way to spend an hour. As his train is called he presses ...
... clothing and a rain jacket!
Once we made it on the road the scenery the entire way was breath taking. Made me forget that I was in a city of 10 million people. On our way there we passed so many lush mountains and valleys and it really made me appreciate the cute little plot of land that I grew up on in Illinois. Ill tell you why, The families that live in these valleys farm the land and have ...
... 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 ...
... I said it, and Gao Qin, a girl, said, “you cannot say that.” I asked why, and she said that she could not say. Yao Hong looked at me and bluntly said it means ****. John and I burst out laughing. Every time you order milk tea, they ask us three things, what size cup do you want, if you want tapioca or not, and if you want cold or hot. Many a night I have said I want hot, and the milk tea lady essentially says, sorry what? Of course I repeat myself, saying ...