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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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... I think. I've just been raised to be polite, but if I am polite and non-assertive here, I will get run over, left out, cut off and won't stand a chance. So tomorrow I will have to assert myself a bit more and push and shove and crowd...with the best of them! :)
Well I am beat and tomorrow is our first day of lessons....tomorrow is Mandarin, calligraphy and Chinese Percussion! I'm taking my jet lagged butt to bed.
... of traditional snacks. Some even fried on sticks and these, for the hearty and adventurous!
In this area are people specializing in ear cleaning! I knew of this and was squeamishly curious. Imagine a guy with a headlamp standing with many long, very thin steel rods, and going deep into your ear! It’s a very strange sensation to say the least. But I can honestly say, despite the discomfort, it was well worth it! These guys are no amateurs! They know ...
... about the money he earned to build the Buddha they tried to make him give it to them. He supposedly said he would rather gouge out his eyes than give the money to the officials. And to show that he was serious he took a knife and gouged out one of his eyes. The officials were freaked out about this and thus left the monk alone. Finally, after 30 years or so he collected enough money to build the Buddha. He died after the Buddha was half way completed. After his death his ...
... hind legs, with another paw for balance or to push the other bear down, and reach up to take the apple. Their movements were so slow and gentle the whole time it’s easy to see why they are so loved. Our last shots of them were of them sitting on their rumps like couch potatoes, munching on their apples. They just needed TV remotes to complete the picture!
We continued toward the top of the hill and saw a new-born panda cub in an incubator, looking a ...
... nightlife but because everyone enjoys life and most people are retired and just chill out in the People’s Park singing, dancing, playing games, speed dating(!), etc. We were watching some awful karaoke and the TV crew filming it for the 60th Anniversary spotted Westerners and practically knocked everyone out the way to talk to us. They wanted us to go to the front and say something about China, so 4 of ...