Wanyou Conifer Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWanyou Conifer Hotel Chongqing
Hotel seems very nice more tomorrow. Wonderful bath room... views of the city from the bath tub & shower. Big comfortable rooms. Nice restaurant shame it was just us at dinner, the service was great....
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Well the breakfast dropped off again but that's because we still can't get use to the Chinese food. Other than that okay.
We leave at around 10am & then flying off on our next leg tomorrow we will be getting on the boat for a cruise down the Yangtze river.
Had a great drive back up the mountain to the airport.
When we got there …
... World War Two?" Indicative of this lacuna in most people's general knowledge of world history re China. Also, how many people know that Chinese coolies dug trenches during WWI? Fast train ride to Chengdu passing intensive farming areas which we both enjoyed and during which we both snatched cat naps. Check out the train info board with the date! M not too happy about having reached the age immortalised by The Beatles. When "When I'm 64" came out ...
... into the back of my seat and leaning on the top of my seat, enough so that twice he pulled my hair. The guy next to Terry fell asleep, facing her with very foul breath. He was also spilling into her seat. Apparently all the people around us were traveling together. They were yelling for most of the trip. I have firmly decided that the Chinese are just very loud people.
Upon landing in Chongquin, the largest city ...
... the same thing for 50, so he bought another. At the next two
tables they offered them for 40 and then 30!! Seems to be quite a markup here!
This is a smaller town of only 10,000 people but it had originally been located
at the foot of the temple. Every year it flooded out with the spring and summer
rains. To solve that, they moved the town to higher ground, but could not move
the temple, so they built a coffer dam around ...
... but again it seemed very touristy. We did visit Wuhou shrine temple but compared to the others I have seen so far, it was very similar. It did have some beautiful bonsai gardens though. The shrine was initially built in 223 CE. To avoid being consumed by all the tourists, we located a tea house. We all ordered different teas. Mine smelled really good before the water was poured in but in the end ...