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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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Another cloudy morning, very humid and 25 degrees forecast. After packing, we ambled around the shops of our neighbourhood. I saw some little pale green vases that were beautiful, BUT it's so hard to get china home without breaking it. I saw a plastic basket with 4 or 5 tiny puppies sound asleep. So cute!
We booked out of the hotel, and I …
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Finally feeling basically normal, I went to check out the two classes on Friday. I wasn't required to take either of them, but I wanted to see what they were like anyway. The first class was Classical Chinese, which doesn’t count for any credit at UW so I hadn’t planned on taking it. However, it turned out to be really interesting, so I decided I’ll try to audit it instead. The second class was modern Chinese, which is a vocabulary ...