Super 8 Hotel Chongqing Zhong

Address: No.168 Zhongshan 3rd Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing, Chongqing, China | Inn
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This inn, located on No.168 Zhongshan 3rd Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Hanasi Lake, Gelè Hill (Gelè Shan/Báigong Guan/SACO), and Sailimu Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Chongqing

Let's go!

A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on Feb 11, 2015

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... and are you ready... A Kate Spade satchel with the greatest smelling lip gloss. Damn it is the little things in life. Marlin has already forked over his bag to me. Jack Spade... Who knew! For those of you that are like " Spade what? Are they playing euchre?"Nope it's a purse designer that I LOVE!!! We took off and were given a menu to fill out. I had grouper with rice and Marlin had a sandwich. The wine was yummy and they never let the glasses get below half full! Woops. ...

Pack pack pack

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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... to do next. After getting our tickets and standing through the roll call by our guide (she never calls our names though, which makes me feel a bit left out), we climbed up a series of steps to a platform lined with offering boxes and bells. Emily gave the rope a good yank, and with the bells clanging behind us, we set off on the path down to the caves. You descend into a shaded valley, with a stream at the bottom and steep tree-lined slopes, before walking along a path ...

Back in Hechuan for some classic times

A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 10, 2013

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... getting back from Xi’an, Yao asked if I could write an essay that he could publish in the school newspaper. I had another friend who also worked for a school newspaper, but I cant remember who it was. I think his name was Repos or something, whatever, hes probably not important. Anyways, Yao asked me if I could just write a one page paper on my general experience in China and Pass University. I probed a little more as the prompt was a bit vague. He said to just ...


A travel blog entry by jbingham on Mar 16, 2013

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... m doing, telling me he or she'll be right back with my "favorite". It's a lost art in America, for the most part, and a part of me that I'll sorely miss upon my return.

Ok. Back now. Another thing that's crazy to witness is the absurdly quick development of Hechuan. A mere two years ago (at most), Hechuan had dirt roads for the most part. Now it's got smooth, pothole-free roads, trees and gardens lining the streets. It has parks, squares, and ...