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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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Late getting to hotel last night, 2.5 hour flight from Xian and about 1.5 hour drive from airport. Very tired!
This morning we visited the Panda Breeding Center. It was a wonderful lush green setting with the opportunity to see many pandas, playing, sleeping and eating. A line is …
... there done that” place.
Malaysia? I should go back because I merely passed through.
Thailand?, Not really, although I saw amazing things. Perhaps the north east where I have not been yet. Cambodia ? Nice place but only If I am in the area.
Vietnam? most definitely Yes , I just love the place, the people and the country. The northern part has my preference but I like to visit the Mekong Delta next time. Although I hate traffic jams and ...
... it to the Pandas till about 11am. They came back dissapointed saying all they saw were sleeping pandas. So I knew we were lucky with what we had experienced, the early bird gets the worm!!! Oh yeah and we did finally get some food after 24 hours of having none. We went to Pizza Hut, which is a very flash restaurant in China, and we ordered the biggest pizza they have. When it arrived something had been lost in translation and we got the smallest pizza they ...
... in the end I’ve only eaten a handful of Sichuan meals (I got wayyy too optimistic about how much heat I can stand based on my successes in Thailand and Malaysia – I wasn’t able to finish the first bit of food I ordered here because although my tongue was pretty much numb, my lips were absolutely on fire), I’ve had a cracking time all the same.
My last day in Shanghai was an exercise in pure childish indulgence. I was idling ...
... The geographic nature of Beichuan was also the cause of significant devastation during the earthquake as sides of the mountain slide off, fell into the valley and buried tens of thousands of people alive.
In two years, China has rebuilt a lot of the buildings and roads - though blue-roofed temporary housing remains prevalent in ...