Hong Sheng Grand Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The only negative was people leaving the doors to the outside open which heated up the boat. The humidity is so wet that it saturates the cabins and public rooms. The air-conditioning keeps the room cold but I brought bath powder to sprinkle on the bed to get rid of that wet feeling. I also asked for a sheet on the bed instead of the heavy comforter duvet of European taste. These were too heavy for this ...
Pulled back the curtains this morning only to find a sea of fog and mist but mainly smog. Thick, grimy and suffocating. We are obviously heading towards the business end of the river with more cities and towns than the slow life of villages. Cargo vessels are in constant procession up and down the river. We left the boat this morning at ShiBaoZhai for our usual day excursion. This time we visited the famous Red Pagoda. After passing through the market stalls we crossed a ...
... the boat after a long walk along slick and thin, rusty walkways. Nobody fell in the green Yangtze River but you know I was waiting for the inevitable again.
We had a group talk around 5:15pm and our tour guide explained everything we are doing tomorrow and there were not one, not two, but THREE big surprises for us! We are going to have an awesome day tomorrow. We are spending the morning in Chongquing, flying to Shanghai, and spending the evening out on the town ...
... whole site has been turned into a museum and the warriors are covered by huge warehouse like sheds, with appropriate lighting. When you first lay eyes on them, it is a magical experience. There are over 1000 warriors and horses, which were built to protect the emperor in the after life. Each warrior has a different face, which is itself is amazing and they range from generals, to archers, to foot soldiers. They are life size, and quite tall (which is amazing) as ...
... good, and the costumes and dresses were lovely. Very talented crew! The night was spoiled, however, after a game of Musical chairs had been played to entertain the kids – the prize for first and second were sketches done by the ship's artist, who then proceeded with a live auction of some of his work! Most people left at that stage, which was a bit of an anti-climax to an otherwise entertaining evening.