Wudu Hotel Chongqing Sun City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The resident was a short little Chinese lady, 58 and she
lives with her husband and father aged 93 who was making slippers on the ground
floor of the 2 level house. It had a few bedrooms and a kitchen but was sparsely
furnished. Her 2 daughters live in the city now and have good professional jobs.
She said that she was happy to move to better accommodation as it is more
comfortable than when she was farming in a small ...
... us around and one of them, Amy, taught us how to eat and fully experience the legendary hot pot (a big boiling bowl full of oil positioned in the middle of the table in which the diners sink all the possible unimaginable mix of vegetables and meet). Of course the boiling oil must be super chilly.
We visited Ciqikou, the old city. The small cosy alleys are abundant with souvenirs, ...
... leave for 15 or 20 minutes, just to stretch their legs, get off the boat and be released into the greater outdoors. So the first morning, while most of the rest of our group was at a meeting, I released the Victoria Anna from being my keeper and took a free shore leave. We were docked in Fengdu; all I wanted was to run across the pontoon bridges and up the steep steps to the road above, just to see what was ...
... sign at the bottom entrance and its in three languages, Chinese, English and Japanese. I have never seen Japanese anywhere else in China, including in Xi’an, the famous ancient capital. We took the winding path along the river and stayed on it as it starts to vertically deviate from the river and head up into the bamboo and trees. This backside entrance is actually one of the nicer areas I have seen in hechuan. It lies far enough outside of the city that buildings are a ...
... Diao yu Cheng. Not to be confused with Diao Yu Islands, a topic in china that is cause for intense passionate debate. Diao Yu Cheng translates as fishing castle and is just outside Hechuan. It was built around 1170. It began as a city, when a monk built a temple on top of the mountain. It then transformed into a city, but when war broke out between the Song Dynasty and the Mongolian empire (ruled by Kublai kahn), the city was fortified with a wall. Due to its strategic location, ...