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

    Jazzy's departure

    A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 12, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    Ok time for some major soppy spiel (soz)... Tomorrow I bid farewell to the Peoples' Republic Of China and ma bezzeh mates lazza and jay-to-the-dee and maaann will I be sad to go. It's been an amazing couple of weeks here in china - I still can't quite believe we came. Before the Pembroke pandas decided to take on china, I was literally completely ignorant of Chinese history, culture and just about everything else but this trip has taught me so much and been so so much ...

    12hrs of projectile vomitting later..

    A travel blog entry by jhnhtt on Sep 30, 2007

    3 photos

    ... directed to the correct waiting room, a touch I thought, through the madness.. kids and boxes, trails of chinese, bad smells and strange looking items of delivery.. half hour on the clock, I'll be tucked up in my sleeper, hopefully a top bunk away from the noise and comotion.. but no, the backpacker gods were not shining favours on me that day, a 5 hr delay awaited the K5 to Chengdu.. I suck back into my laddened shoulders.. So the ...

    Jianchuan Museum Cluster

    A travel blog entry by dearl on Jul 17, 2007

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... allowed in each home. Teapots, mugs, cups, kitchen utensils, decorative wear or storage vessels all reflected the phases earlier mentioned. Vases disappeared as they were an unnecessary luxury and served no purpose. Teapots are an integral object in any Chinese household. These objects had always been painted with the traditional patterns of peaceful pursuits or landscapes, musical instruments, chess, painting and calligraphy, gifted ...

    Chengdu

    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 ...