Wen Jinjiang Hotspring

Wenjinjiang Hotspring Development Area, Chongzhou, Sichuan, 611238, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wenjinjiang Hotspring Development Area, Chongzhou.
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    Travel Blogs from Chongzhou

    Three or four weddings today apparently

    A travel blog entry by ven0msho on Sep 06, 2014

    6 photos

    The hotel has various second floor meeting rooms and ballrooms. I was walking around about midnight last night and there was a dozen people setting this place up for weddings today, it might get busy around here. Monday is "moon day" or mid-autumn day and is ...

    China - where every meal is an adventure

    A travel blog entry by roweedza on Jun 11, 2014

    We have been here for about a week and have only eaten a 'western' meal twice. One evening in Shanghai we ate at McD's during a shopping expedition through a shopping district not far from our Hotel. At Shanghai airport we had an early dinner of KFC. I asked Lyn why I got the spicy wings and was told that I didn't get the spicy wings, rather, I got the mild, stock standard wings. The spicy wings here are apparently much hotter. We ...

    Jianchuan Museum Cluster

    A travel blog entry by dearl on Jul 17, 2007

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... its policies. All past literature, art, musical instruments, clothing, furniture...was destroyed or confiscated. Beauty or comfort was not to be desired. It was a weakness of western imperialism and a direst result of capitalism and its poison to the people. The only artworks allowed were propaganda posters or flyers of the revolution and all music, songs, theatre and opera reflected the glory of Mao and the party. Porcelain was one of the ...


    A travel blog entry by dam on Apr 22, 2007

    10 hours on the bus from 7am and still couldn't avoid the dodgy toilets. Got a taxi to the hostel and chilled out for the afternoon, did washing, and stayed up till 1am....... not very exciting but a well need break........ we had a 18 hour train journey to catch the next day. And we did ....... after ...

    Pandas and Temples

    A travel blog entry by stacy on Apr 14, 2007

    4 photos

    ... the Magic Dragon" was being played as I walked around made it a little surreal. It was a very nice Buddhist Monastery next to this lovely traditional shopping area. There were lots of large and small religious and historical statues and I got to see a service where the monks were chanting. They also had a beautiful peace pagoda. Later I went to the southern part of the city and the Wuhou Temple. It was a huge complex with lots of statues and ...