Home Inn (Chongqing Beibei)

Address: No.70 Zhongshan Road, Beibei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 400700, China | Motel
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This motel is located in the Beibei District area of Chongqing.
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    Travel Blogs from Chongqing

    Mishap #1

    A travel blog entry by mhaanio on Apr 05, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... to the gorge and it was getting late enough in the day that there would not be time to actually hike today, so the Kato said that he is going to take us to a little village where we can stay the night and hike in the morning. This was NOT our plan. We finally turned around half way through the ride and eventually got back to a random subway stop and had to find our way back to the correct one.

    After I finally paid Kato his damn money and got out of the cab ...

    All things school

    A travel blog entry by mhaanio on Mar 29, 2015

    22 photos

    ... names, just shrunk down for kids. My one boy came to class the other day wearing Royal Blue Dior moccasins...I almost took them and ran, hoping they would fit me haha. One other boy wears strictly Calvin Klein....

    I arrive at school every day around 7:50AM to have breakfast. I take my time eating until 8:10 and then I go to the front gate to pick up my kids from their parents from 8:15-9AM. From 9-10 we have a work ...

    Day 35: Chongqing (Dazu Buddhist Caves) - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 20, 2014

    33 photos

    ... huge bowl of rice and various other dishes placed on a revolving glass tray in the centre of a large table, while everyone sat around the table helped themselves. Nobody on our table of twelve said a word through the whole meal, but they did have an uncanny knack of moving the tray just as I was midway through getting some food from it. Hmmmm. After lunch, we FINALLY made it to the caves, after another sticky moment where we lost the group and had to have someone find us to tell ...

    Back in Hechuan for some classic times

    A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 10, 2013

    21 photos

    ... you would think of a city center, but there are a lot of people, street vendors and shops. He wanted to treat me to something special, so he got a big bag of very spicy duck neck and Ou Pien (or Ou Piar in Chongqing dialect) . Duck neck is good but full of bones. It is dried and might be the spiciest thing I have had in china. Ou Piar is lotus root. The lotus root has a crunchy texture and is very nice. We bought some milk tea and walked down a road called walking street. ...

    The Ping Pong Posse

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Mar 11, 2013

    ... destroy the ball.

    The same day we bought the paddles, we played at night after dinner. At this time, all of the little middle schoolers get out of school, wearing their little Communist scarves and screaming galore. They were amazed some foreigners were playing ping pong and began to interrogate us. Once more, I was somehow confused with a Chinese person. They asked which province I was from and I said Xinjiang (the only possible place with blonde people, but even I ...