Wudu Hotel Chongqing Sun City
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that has been instituted to help with the recovery effort . . .
Different scenery along the river . . Very flat now with lots of industry! Cows grazing here and there . .. So . .. There has been a change in plans . On the boat all day. No village visit. No school visit. We couldn't leave on time because of the heavy fog. One way traffic past the accident site has slowed traffic. Ships are in a holding pattern ...
... China). Conversation was lively and the wine flowed. That tiredness seemed to disappear once at the two tables. The greatest most touching surprise was when a cake was brought out for the two anniversaries we had in the group. Both were moved by the effort. The chef was standing by anxiously waiting to present the cake. When he did, the two couples were overjoyed by the cake and cutting it. At the end of the dinner, I asked if the chef ...
... came with our meals. We got our food to go and sat out on the bench eating the fries like we were starving but besides being a tad bit soggy - they were just like fries you can eat in America. We devoured them. We then slowly walked in and out of a couple of stores, bought some water, took some pictures, and walked back to our hotel around 9:30pm. It was a long, good day and my feet were tired. We were both exhausted. I opened my sandwich and ...
... happen, it’s the emotional side. China is not a democratically elected nation and they do not have freedom of the press here. That is a fundamental problem with most Americans and it scares people that a country with that sort of makeup is becoming as powerful as it is. Fear of this country without substantial evidence of a true threat is a waste of energy. It is true that maybe they don’t play fare all the time and could cause some problems with global economies ...
... to learn it (that mindset doesn’t really apply for middle schoolers).
I found this early on in my week. It was the Vietnam war. I was explaining how the war affected the music of the generation and I wanted to make a point that most Americans view the Vietnam war as a bad thing. I told them about the protests of the 60s and 70s. A key to keeping the class engaged was cutting out any words not necessary. I made sure they understood that the protest ...