Xi Bai Nian Hotel Chongqing Yubei

Address: No.98 Longxi Songshi Avenue, Jiangbei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 401147, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Jiangbei District area of Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Hanasi Lake, Sailimu Lake, and Chongqing International Convention & Exhibition Center.
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    Let's go!

    A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on Feb 11, 2015

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    ... We plow through the group and did a Hong Kong 5k. I was mad I didn't wear a sports bra or was able to stretch 1st. We made it to the transfer desk and kindly asked for help. They were speedy and talking on an iPhone 6 which looked like an iPad next to her head. We told her that they would not check our luggage all the way through from Chongqing. Her reply " of course they wouldn't" ( with a major eyeroll full of disgust for mainland China natives). She got our luggage taken ...

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    A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on Feb 10, 2015


    We are getting so excited. This morning Marlin updated our itinerary and we started making lists...I love LISTS!! We fly out Wednesday afternoon, so I have some time to get last minute things if necessary! Our trip is 16 days that will include 6 tours, 8 flights, 9 hotels, 1 rental car, one ferry ride and a lifetime of memories! We hope you enjoy our trip as much as we will! I will post when I get wifi as we will only have one phone working while there. Cheers! ~ Marlin and ...

    Day 35: Chongqing (Dazu Buddhist Caves) - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... felt a lot more secure! The next hour or so was spent staring out of the window at the changing scenery and attempting to ignore our fellow passengers' blatant staring and picture taking. As I'd ended up on the aisle, I was taking the brunt of it from the man across the way, but in the best British tradition was simply pretending it wasn't happening. Eventually we pulled into the city and the coach stopped outside a large building which was labelled tourist centre. So far so ...

    Chinese society and Anti-American sentiment

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Jun 01, 2013

    ... finger to the White House, say Obama's a dumbass, and protest. Some folks I know, if they read this, would complain that I've been brain-washed, conforming to the American ideals or some other silly thing like that; in reality, I've just had my eyes opened a little more. I still don't know 1% of what I need to know in order to understand everything that goes on in the world, but I know enough now not to be naive enough to blindly criticize a country that gives its citizens plenty to work with. ...


    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Mar 16, 2013

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    ... and just explore, meanwhile seeing friends and restaurant owners alike? It reminds me of how much America has lost its way; there are hardly downtown areas that you can explore; rarely do you know a restaurant owner(s) to the point where they know exactly what you want; how often can you walk 100 meters down the street to a coffee/milk tea/tea shop to just relax and read? You barely can--you have to get in your car, drive to the nearest chain store or supercenter, ...

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