Kaijia Hotel

Address: No.8 Jianbei Yizhi Road, Guanyinqiao, Jiangbei District, Chongqing, Chongqing, 400020, China | Motel
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This motel, located in the Jiangbei District area of Chongqing, is near Ci Qi Kou (Porcelain Village), Hanasi Lake, Sailimu Lake, and Gelè Hill (Gelè Shan/Báigong Guan/SACO).
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        Travel Blogs from Chongqing

        Shibao Zhai, Fendu

        A travel blog entry by billgarland on Oct 27, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        This was the day we all went to a relocation tour of a house
        of a resident who had been relocated to a new apartment provided by the
        government due to the flooding of the Yangtze River to do the 3 Gorges project.

        This was an optional tour off the cruise boat. We chose this
        instead of checking out a high red pagoda which we saw from the boat anyway. The
        local guide interpreted for us and we could ask any questions we ...

        Two rivers the meet each other

        A travel blog entry by roadthesilk on Oct 14, 2015

        52 photos

        ... buildings and building much larger ones and eating into the countryside. An overwhelming 30 million people live in the several towns and cities that make up the greater Chongqing metropolitan zone.

        The city centre is immaculate with the bright lights of big, famous fashion brands illuminating the main streets. When viewed from afar, as we did when crossing the river by cable car, it has a ...

        English Tea Time

        A travel blog entry by mhaanio on May 02, 2015

        14 photos

        ... I ordered a rose, berry and peach tea that I was told would be good for after lunch digestion lol. Elyse got a chocolate milk tea and Amy got a fancy Red tea, which is actually just traditional Black tea, but in China it's called Red tea. I have no idea why. We enjoyed little cookies and some delicious lemon cheesecake as well :)


        Caution, copious opinions ahead.....

        A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Apr 24, 2013

        12 photos

        ... 8220;NO, NO, NO”. Ok so what should you do, let the bad guys go? And they would say, “NO, NO, NO”. The class would kind of pause and they would really have to think here. Then a student would perk up and say to ask the UN for help, and the others would agree, thinking they found the solution. I would say good idea, but what is it the UN will help you do? They would have to sit and think again. This went on and they tried their damn best to not use ...

        Quite the day

        A travel blog entry by alexe54 on Mar 16, 2013

        38 photos

        ... Chinese things. Like he kind of flicked a part of my funny bone then pressed on a part of my hand and then pressed on some pressure points on my forearm. I don’t know exactly what the hell they did but a blind Chinese man gave me a crazy Chinese massage for 70 mins for close to 5 USD and I ended up feeling pretty relaxed afterwards. We all got some dragon fruit at a fruit stand outside when it was all said and done. That concluded the end of one of the most interesting days I had in ...