Minghao International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Minghao International Hotel Chongqing
Travel Blogs from Chongqing
... a McSpicy which I didn't order - and it was soooo hot my tongue was on fire. I ate about half of it but just couldn't get the fire out of my mouth. I brushed my teeth and it didn't help. My fourth "surprise" for today was spending most of the night in and out of the bathroom. Maybe it was the street food, maybe the weird Coke at Subway in the airport, maybe the McFireSpicy - flames were shooting out of me last night. Aren't glad you I share EVERYTHING on this blog?? ...
... on their camera. I wasn't overly enamoured with Dazu itself. The people weren't as friendly here for some reason and they spent a lot of time pointing and laughing at us. I'm sure it wasn't meant in an unfriendly way but it certainly created that impression. It wasn't threatening in any way, it just made me feel uncomfortable. The visit to the second set of rock carvings took place on Sunday morning. We were there before they opened and had ...
... us, locating something to eat for breakfast that wasn't congee was essential. About a five minute walk from the hotel brought us to a street corner where they were churning out freshly made dumplings- 8 for ¥5 (that's 62.5 cent!!)-unbelievable. After another bellyful of pork goodness we began our return to the hotel to make the most of its amenities before the days planned trip. En route we stumbled upon a randomly placed cage on the side of ...
... site. UNESCO says of the Dazu carvings: There are over 50,000 sculptures at Dazu, accompanied by over 100,000 Chinese characters of inscriptions and epigraphs. All the rock carvings can be viewed in natural light and are connected by walkways and paths. At the end of the day we boarded the river cruise ship on the Yangtze - departed the dock at Chongqing at 0930 pm - enjoyed the night lights of the city including a sailboat light display on 7 sequential high ...
... pass by under a darkening sky and its twinkling lights. There was something magical and alluring about the Yangzi, but we were yet to quite work out what it was.
We readied ourselves the following day for the boat trip, with snacks, water, and the standard issue packets of instant noodles that all Chinese travellers must carry (maybe, we wondered, by law), on long-distance journeys. We had booked the cheapest room on the cheapest boat we could find, and would be glad if it ...