Chengdu Business Hotel

No.1 East Third Section of Shudu Avenue, Chenghua District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610066, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.1 East Third Section of Shudu Avenue, Chenghua District, Chengdu, is near Giant Panda Breeding Research Base (Xiongmao Jidi), Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, and Sichuan University.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Day 5: Bifengxia Panda Base / Chengdu

A travel blog entry by jmjinchina on Sep 05, 2014

2 comments, 30 photos

We wake at 5:30a and have bags out at 7 then to breakfast. We leave by 7:30 and are on our way to the Bifengxia Panda reserve. Today is the big day. Joseph and I are getting pictures with the Pandas and Mare is playing with them. We have a 45 min bus ride and then we arrive. We get there early to avoid crowds. We see the infants in incubators being cared for by nurses. We see pandas in their natural ...

It's picture day!!!!

A travel blog entry by jeremyandchris on Jul 11, 2013

... no energy, and did not seem to want to be shooting me, Jeremy's make-up artist needed some help, while his photographer seemed much more energetic and engaging. All in all, it was a great experience. We go back in two days to pick our 25 pictures each, and decide which pictures will become our finished product.

It has been an extremely long day.

Off to bed!

Stay dry!

C & ...

A taste of the high life in Chengdu

A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 19, 2012

18 photos

... big Chinese city.

Chengdu, the capital of China's Sichuan Province, is famous for two things – fiery-hot food, and Giant Pandas – and we intended to experience both during our few days in this big, modern city. But in our present state, the nearby Wenshu Temple felt the most appealing to our weary souls. Arriving at its main gate, feint wafts of incense filled the air, as a shaven-headed monk sat, nonchalantly looking out at the bustle of passers-by, tourists, ...

Oh, China

A travel blog entry by gelastic_gypsy on Jan 19, 2012

... the side walk (which, by the way, is occasionally used as a lane itself or a place to park). Needless to say, I feel much better about my driving ability.
The food is certainly worth commenting on as well. It ranges from amazing to baffling. It is often spicy and may occasionally contain a chicken foot or head. I actually tried small fried fish the other day at lunch and looked it in the eye before ...

Ladies and shoes

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Jun 08, 2011

1 comment, 6 photos

... shoes as she had such small feet (seize 35). So whenever she saw a nice pair of shoes that did fit her she bought them. So when she opened the cupboard in which she kept her shoes there were at least a hundred pair and then of course she complained that she did not know which pair to choose.

In China most young women and mothers want to look beautiful and are small, so they like to wear high heels. Understandable, but sometimes those high heels ...