Green Vogue Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... right we upgraded to the top drinks and dinning package.... Wow, our livers and bodies need a months detox. We definitely got our monies worth out of them lol... So, at 9pm we leave the bright lights of Chongqing behind and embark on our 3 night/4 day cruise of what can only be described as the stunning Yangtze River... More to come of our cruise, exploits and adventures. The travelling ...
... beds. I am allocated a 'hard seat' for the ten hours it should take to get to Huaihua, where I will still be able to make my connection to Zhangjiajie. The rain starts as I step out of the bus to the other side of this station (Chongqing is big!) and I begin to wish I was in Taipei. I eat in the vast parking lot under the square and read my guidebook's disparaging review of the city. Exploring the station square instead, I find a waiting room that is cheap, comfortable, ...
... Sitting on the plane now...delay due to air traffic congestion ...why does that not surprise me. Only 45 mins sitting on runway, could be worse some others on their way over were delayed 15 hours when their flight was just cancelled. Shanghai 21 million people covering 6500 square kms....very westernised city....huge airport. Shanghai is very young city compared to other major cities like Xi'an and Beijing only started building due to the Opium Wars over a ...
... America, we don’t have anything like this. We bought the lanterns from a stand. They give you a pen to write your wish on the lantern before you send it off. I would tell you what I wrote, but everyone knows if you divulge your wish it can’t come true. It was really fun but my camera ran out of battery just after Paul sent his off, so I don’t have many pictures of it. After we had some fun sending our lanterns to outer space, we chose to take the 40 minute walk home rather than a ...
... cool and the wall with a ton of little Buddhas was cool (although in the cultural revolution someone sat there and defaced each and every one). The whole morning there was really fun. We walked around for a while then rested and had tea. After we got a tour guide and one of my best students was there to help translate (he did an incredible job).
Later on that day I got a Chinese hair cut haha. They washed my hair, cut it and then washed it again, all for 15 yuan. I look a ...