Jianghong International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Jianghong International Hotel Chongqing
Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... came with our meals. We got our food to go and sat out on the bench eating the fries like we were starving but besides being a tad bit soggy - they were just like fries you can eat in America. We devoured them. We then slowly walked in and out of a couple of stores, bought some water, took some pictures, and walked back to our hotel around 9:30pm. It was a long, good day and my feet were tired. We were both exhausted. I opened my sandwich and ...
... was the usual pushing and shoving that I'm (sort of) getting used to. One very funny moment saw a very elaborately dressed lady in a 'Dior' velour track suit and blinged-up phone, come and stand really close to me to take a photo. There was space all around me, but she chose to stand virtually on top of me. She then put her head back to take the photo, completely invading my personal space. I was completely taken aback and someone captured the ...
... would have cared if naught but hotel rooms and showers lay in store for us. The journey took about two hours, and still it was before nine when we reached our lodgings. We did not expect our rooms to be ready- but they were; the public mood soared even further when informed that we would have until noon to refresh.
B: Terra firma, hot showers and a spacious room to ourselves were very welcome after the endurance test of a boat trip. As ...
... Szechuan province, China. They were designated a World Heritage Site in 1999. What makes the Dazu carvings so special is not their scale — they cover small areas compared to those at Datong, Luoyang and Dunhuang — but their quality, state of preservation and variety of subjects and styles. Some sculptures are small, some are huge; many are brightly painted and tell religious, moral and historical stories. There is some restoration work being done ...
... br> At least the flowers made more pleasant viewing; a wonderfully overdone, diamante-encrusted relief from the grim inevitability of the neighbouring bird stalls, their bouquets bursting with teddy-bears on sticks poking out from between glittery objects that might once have been roses or carnations. It was the night before we departed on our Yangzi odyssey, and we eventually found ourselves sat in a park overlooking the mighty Yangzi, watching the evening bustle of the dancers ...