Minghao International Hotel

No.86 Xuanhua Road, Yongchuan, Chongqing, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.86 Xuanhua Road, Yongchuan.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Yongchuan

May 28, 2013 - Day 11

A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on May 28, 2013

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This morning we took a bus to the Dazu Rock Carvings near the village of Baodingshan ( about three hours by slow bus (traffic) west of Chongqing. The Dazu Rock Carvings are a series of Chinese Buddhist rock sculptures and carvings, dating back to the 7th century AD, depicting and influenced by Tibetan schooled Buddhism, Confucian philosophy and Taoist beliefs. The Dazu Rock Carvings are a magnificent set of Buddhist sculptures carved directly into the stone cliffs ...

Amazing Dazu!

A travel blog entry by jintagerhard on May 18, 2012

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... Guesthouse and we took off expecting to get stuck in peak hour traffic as it was 5.30 - instead it was like a scary carnival ride - zipping in and out - over and under - round and round in this futuristic landscape - at 110kmp - should have been terrified but were to amazed by the road system and he was a good driver!!!!!
20 minutes and $4 and we were back at our guesthouse - deposited on the sidewalk knees shaking and totally high from the ...

The Dazu Cave Carvings

A travel blog entry by gypsylifestyle on Mar 05, 2012

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In March Victor, Andrew and Rory headed to see the Dazu Rock Carvings, close to Chongqing, on their day off. The Dazu Rock Carvings were built from 650 in the Tang Dynasty and continued to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911). There are more than 5,000 statues and over 100,000 Chinese characters of inscriptions and epigraphs. The Buddhist statues dominate in this rock carving group, Taoist and the Confucian stone figures can also be ...

Buddha, Horse Beans, Halloween, & Big Feet

A travel blog entry by bohemianwoman on Nov 05, 2011

11 comments, 12 photos

... asked to waltz by a Chinese woman. She led. We swirled as gracefully as Ginger and Fred through the crowd. She occasionally said something to me that I think had to do with changing direction. Of course, I didn't understand; and I told her at least twice that she was beautiful, which I'm sure she didn't understand either.It didn't matter,it was magical. Waltzing in China. How sweet is that.

I am wearing mens shoes. They are good ...

Reasons to choose the middle bunk

A travel blog entry by stephaniefrater on Nov 29, 2010

... the aisle. By the evening I manage to get a seat & am joined by a Chinese girl about my age wanting to practise her English. Unfortunately I forget her name almost instantly as it's Chinese & unfamiliar. I guess she has a similar problem as she calls me Stephling.

We share various snacks - the cart guy comes along with strawberries which I'm very excited about as I've not ...

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