Jialingjiang Hotel

Address: No.19 Ximian Bridge Street, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Resort
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This resort, located on No.19 Ximian Bridge Street, Wuhou District, Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Arrival in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by budz888 on Feb 18, 2014

5 comments, 28 photos

An international airport... obviously, but pretty quiet. I can't imagine they get too many arrivals a day... but I could be wrong. It ccertainly looks pretty empty here as it in fact was. It's started, the mad impatience of some Chinese. Instead of queuing these people decided to jump the barrier to grab a taxi. Trouble is there was no room for any car to pass in the queue so people would be loading ...


A travel blog entry by xiaobee on Mar 18, 2013

5 photos

... place where they posed for a picture and moved on. Since I was one of the only white people who stayed behind, I was swarmed by about 30 people and hosted a miniature press-conference about the holiday. As I spoke, one of the water calligraphy men narrated my dialogue using his water brush. On my way out of the park, I stopped by a red carpet runway show, where people modeled outlandish clothing, tangoed, and danced to Gangnam Style. The amount of human activity going ...

What I've been upto

A travel blog entry by ggibsonsmith on Jun 16, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... br>
So then I had the culture class today and learned some interesting things about China etc. and I have some more Mandarin phrases that I can say which is good. Lunch was quite boring really but I played some cards and Chinese chess with Luke which was... well the cards was fun but the chess is really complicated and I constantly forget which pieces is which... Still I had fun. Plans for this evening? NONE :D rolling ...


A travel blog entry by off-the-rails on Oct 10, 2011

8 photos

... chillies which went on a high flame in the middle of our table – it bubbled like a witch's cauldron. We then had a variety of raw meat and veg which we cooked and sizzled in the pot of chillies. The peppercorns, chillies, star anise and the numerous other spices really did numb our taste buds. Amutha was moderate in her quantity of this meal but as usual Tom wolfed it down like it was an Olympic sport and yes the hotpot 'revenge' did come to greet him the following day on the ...

Pandas, planning, and spicy food

A travel blog entry by finallytop3 on Nov 03, 2010

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... partners, group size, etc. and ultimately having to make a decision. In the end, we are glad we are only four. Yeah we will pay more, but we get a single Land Cruiser rather than some van or bus, a smaller number of people to decide on places to stay/things to do each day, and agreement to include three more nights to the "basic" trip that backpackers take from Lhasa through to Kathmandu.

About the only thing of interest I ...