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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuddhazen Hotel Chengdu
Lovely Chinese style hotel in an old section of Chengdu . Stayed on 2nd floor, no elevator, which was not a problem. The hotel is located about a block off of the street. Delightful interior courtyards, very comfortable rooms, quiet. Breakfast was very good, a lot of choices. Would definitely recommend the proeprty
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... for a few hours as there are quite a few enclosures to visit and also a couple of museums which were interesting and we learnt a lot about what they are doing with regards to the research of the species and the breeding programmes! We also saw some Red Panda's but by the time we had got to them in the afternoon they all seemed to be having a nap! It does seem very strange that Giant Panda's are still around because everything seems to go against them! ...
... with their colours at the other end of the spectrum. With as equally cute faces, these little fellows, are a bit more wary, but venture forth when food appears. How lucky were we, to get up close and personal with a mother panda and her two playful cubs. The breeding program is proving to be a great success. It was joy crossing the streets, after Beijing and Xian, with red light cameras having been introduced, however a taxi ride can still rattle ...
... they do not mess with their spices. FML- after a few bites on my beef chuan i felt like my mouth was on fire.I ran to the nearby convenient store and bought some iced tea. I also bought a jong or rice wrapped in banana leaves stuffed with meat and mushroom. This settled my burning mouth but I was still hungry. Thus, I went to go get more wonton soup from the street corner. Thus, while sitting in a courtyard eating chuan and wontons, Jose and I bought some sparklers and lite ...
... by a higher wall (with a tranquil path in between, where visitors can walk around the tomb and admire its beauty).
The tomb has a main entrance, where mobs of tourists can enter, see the hill, snap a picture, and quickly leave. However, ...
... smell made me feel physically sick, and the feeling wasn’t helped by women carrying around half naked children, people smoking and of course the ever present smell of stale urine. I opted for a few plates of fruit, some rice and little green onion pancakes. My ability to see the positive side was now officially gone and I was ready to just give up at this point. China’s so full on, it’s so loud I just can’t understand why the people have to spit and shout ...