Electric Power Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it eventually went down to 127 or something once it started to really rain. It sounds awful when you say "Yay! Our air quality is now just unhealthy for sensitive groups! It's just on level orange!" By the way, it was down to 92, and at the "Moderate" level, which is yellow. I'm looking forward to tomorrow because It's usually in the green on weekends!
Grocery shopping here is always interesting. You never know what you might find on the shelves. I ...
(Facebook and Google are blocked in China so we are posting this after we left the country.)
We flew about 1 1/2 hours (the plane left just about 2 hours late) northwest of Guilin to the city of Chongqing. Chongqing a mountainous town of 33,000,000 million people. Our guide said it was the largest city in the world. It is mind-boggling that there is a city so large....and that we have never heard ...
... was empty of people. They had had their fill and it was back to their rooms. The morning the next day saw more rain, low cloud and mist. A few went on an "extra" side trip to see the "White Emerald City" but were a little disappointed due to the weather as they couldn't see a lot. I opted out. Too expensive, it was raining, and I have seen enough temples. Then it was through the first of the three gorges (Qutang); the shortest of the 3 gorges (8km). ...
... as the audience for the staff "Fashion Show" which featured costume and dance from the various dynasties.
Pre dinner the Captain welcomed us on board with champagne and finger food. We did get changed thinking this was a first introduction to formalities on board, but not many others had the same idea. We were welcomed with long flutes of champagne, listened to the Captain speak and then were invited to eat.
We had no idea or hint of ...
... the Great Wall. It provides 10% of China's power including the 30 million people of Shanghai. Phil had seen a documentary about it and was excited to visit so we added it to our trip. Many people visit this as part of their Yangtze River cruise but we thought we would visit the cheap tourist way and take the bus. Lol We took a 1 hour bus ride that cost us 20 cents, the tour bus was a whopping $9 and included admission to the Dam. This is one big dam! It is 2.3 ...