The Loft Design Hostel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... bubbles everywhere when a little Chinese boy runs up and starts jumping up and down popping the bubbles. It was absolutely adorable. After a few minutes all the adults nearby began to circle her and the boy. It was fascinating watching this crowd up people surround her and the boy in pure amazement and curiosity. Whoever said that the Chinese do not like Americans has never actually been to China.
Another fascinating incident in the park occurred when we stumbled upon ...
... smiles all the time and simultaneously assigns the class three pages worth of homework... She's sneaky. My economics class is less about economics and more about history... which is okay, sort of. Let's just say that I will probably not get what I wanted out of the class.
This week is the Lunar mid-autumn festival, so three of the people in my program and I are probably heading to Chongqing and hopefully the Three Gorges Dam. I really want to see it!!! ...
... to have followed it quite well. I spent the two and a half hours eating croissants - yes, about twenty of them! This trip is so busy that we just don't get time to stop for breakfast or lunch and eating sweet stuff is actually getting a bit much even for me. We arrived at the Grand Buddha and I was really excited! I remember watching a documentary about it on one of the Globetreker type programmes and I really wanted to see it for real. The Leshan ...
... of course). Now we are taken to the airport, we must fly to Chengdu, so we say goodbye to Kevin and wait for our plane. At the airport there are many computers with free internet, so we spend our time sending some mails to the family and friends. After a short flight, no more than 2 hours, we land in Chengdu, capital for Sichuan, where a terrible earthquake killed thousands of people in may. When we meet our guide, Daisy, she tells us that a few minutes ago ...
... tickets from yichang include a bus ride to the hydrofoil terminal is the sort of detail that i really wish guide book researchers wouldn't overlook. my rocky start came when, at 7:40 as i was sitting alone of the ferry terminal, no one had yet shown up to show me where the bus was. i began to wonder if there had been some sort of total communication meltdown and whether my ticket was actually a 270 yuan decorative souvenir. just as i was beginning to think ill of her ...