The Loft Design Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Loft Design Hostel Chengdu
Had heating in the room! Clean and comfortable, but the beds were hard.
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Another early wake up at 5:30 am. to catch the plane to Chengdu - a 40 minute drive to the airport. I was fortunate to have a window seat on the plane and I had beautiful, clear, cloudless views of the country as we flew out. I could see all the mountains and hills and far to the west in the distance a high snow capped range of mountains loomed …
... travel. i will hire an svu car which can seat at most 4 ppl besides the driver. it suppose a 10days or so travel. the agencies told me that february will be the time when tibetans celebrate their new year.
im quite expecting that tour,haww,,,,any ...
After another 5 am night, I wake at 830 to get ready to go to Chengdu-easy flight-but I notice that even in the terminals at the airports there is a hot water spigot to make sure everyone is able to have their tea or ramen. I check into my hostel, there are more foreigners here than I have seen since I've been in China, which is actually a but of a relief. They show me to my room—which costs less than 5 bucks—and ...
... so people had just suddenly decided to park their cars in the middle of the expressway. I really don’t know what was going on with that. The bus had to swing way around through a gas station in order to get past.
As always the quiet of the bus made it really hard to stay awake, not that I’m complaining because I definitely prefer a quiet bus. I’m glad that I did manage to stay awake, though, because about an hour and a half into the trip the countryside began ...
Getting a taxi from the bus station to the hostel wasn't as easy as you might think. We had a hostel brochure (picked up from Teddy Bear's) that showed the address in Chinese and even had a map. The first driver just shook his head - we didn't know whether the journey was too short for it to be worth his while or whether he didn't know the way. So we decided to get ourselves and our huge bags in the next taxi before showing the map - that way the driver might be ...