Dreams Travel International Youth Hostel

Address: No.242 Chengdu Wuhouci Street, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located on No.242 Chengdu Wuhouci Street, 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

    The End of my Asian Adventures

    A travel blog entry by irelandish on May 27, 2010

    17 photos

    ... in a total of 39 different hostels and spent 13 nights on a bus, train or in the airport!

    Summary of China

    So how can I summarise a country like China… it is a difficult job I can tell you that much. Communist China is very different to what I expected.

    I was expecting a very draconian way of living where with rules everywhere, everything policed and absolutely no freedom. Yet although this was what I found, it ...

    Day 21: Croissants

    A travel blog entry by aenthul on Jun 30, 2009

    1 comment

    Yep, croissants were pretty much the most exciting thing to happen today. I got to class on time, we did all the normal class stuff, going through our vocabulary words, then we practiced speaking for a bit. Finally he had us write two paragraphs about shopping, which was really good practice for the test that is theoretically tomorrow. However, since we didn't actually finish chapter 4 today, I think it is much more likely that ...


    A travel blog entry by mattgavin on Apr 04, 2008

    ... a place built for work not play, however- finding a place for a beer is a guargantuan effort (however when you do it is very cheap...only 15p a beer). This is made up for though by being smack bang in such a un-touristed place- the Taxi meter, when turned on by the driver, informs you in fluent Chinglish that you are 'welcome to take my taxi' and there is a local freezer company that proudly calls itself 'Long Wang'. ...