Super 8 Hotel Chongqing Zhong

Address: No.168 Zhongshan 3rd Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing, Chongqing, China | Inn
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Location

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

Chongquing to Pudong

A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 11, 2014

24 photos

... all relief and aid workers can enter any country without permission. Five days and 200,000 deaths later, with the soldiers the Chinese government sent as relief workers overwhelmed and even unable to get roads open, the government changed the earthquake rating to 8.0. This is a reminder that China is a Communism country. We may never know the true rating of the earthquake or the number of people that actually died. Terrible.

So, we left ...

Chongqing and beyond!

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 65 photos

As the starting point for our cruise upstream on the Yangtze River, I had imagined this city to be a rural port city along the river. I was surprised to see a teeming, foggy metropolis. The population of this mountainous city rivals Shanghai at approximately 33 million. Interestingly, briefly during WWII, Chongqing was made the capital since its constant foggy conditions made it harder for the Japanese bombers to find. We arrived in the late evening after quite a delay at ...

Day 35: Chongqing (Dazu Buddhist Caves) - Laura

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 20, 2014

33 photos

... arrived and I have genuinely never seen anything like it. A deep red colour, and filled with more peppercorns and chili than the spice aisle in Tesco's - this is not a dish for the faint-hearted. I was the first to dive in, and while spicy it was also really tasty, and so we dug in with abandon. Unfortunately we didn't realise that the spice is really a cumulative thing, so an enthusiastic fifteen minutes later, we were both sat with numb mouths and tingling lips. Not ...

Back in Hechuan for some classic times

A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 10, 2013

21 photos

... of old street, which at night is lit up with strings of lights and looks very nice. To our right was a typical gang of dancing old Chinese women. We ate the spicy duck neck and Opiar while washing it down with milk tea. We talked about important things that I have completely forgotten and then we headed back home. It was one of my more memorable nights here.

Later that week Keel and Neil came to Pass university. Keel is another teacher in the Chongqing area. He ...

The Ping Pong Posse

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Mar 11, 2013

... them of that.

After our conversation and the touching of my muscles, hair, and legs, they asked if we wanted to play some ping pong. I said of course, and joined them. They formed a line and went one by one, playing to five for each of them. One of the kids, a chubby little one, was cheating and I called him a cheater, which continued to be his name the entire night. We had a super, super cute kid keeping count in English for us, though if anything went past 5 ...