Peninsula Hotel Chengdu Zongfu
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... and English which will be a great way to learn Chinese...
Anyway tomorrow is my last day of freedom before I have to start working again, I think I will get a Qigong massage (pronounced Chi Gong as in Tai Chi)
Chinese is the most intimidating language I've ever come across, and yet, this hostel is full of foreigners who are fluent at Chinese.
... Hill. This area was the famous resort for Empress Dowager CI XI. We didn't go Into the palace itself but walked the grounds, and looked at the beautiful property from the outside. We also went on a dragon boat ride. It was so beautiful there. We then went for a dumpling lunch and then on to the Silk Street Market that sells everything. You have to barter, which I really don't like. Kristen did most of my bartering. Man she is good. One ...
... is set up in a similar fashion as Lijiang and Shuhe, but we found it to be pretty unappealing and too crowded. We did manage to find some good gifts but besides that it wasn't much fun. It was a similar feeling we had when first visiting Miami last year after having just been in St Kitts. Sure it is really nice, but when you just came from paradise the next stop can't compete. We had thought about getting a Chinese massage since we arrived. The ones at ...
... really hard time in China since she was a strict vegetarian. She could not have any local food since they use fish sauce, oyster sauce and cook the vegetables at the same wok as pork and chicken. Poor young lady had to live on candy bars for many weeks. After 6 round of questions, our team won! The team of worldly backpackers.
Even though we did not expect much from the city we still took a bus to the center of Chengdu just to check it out. Our first stop was a mall, a brand ...
... grab some lunch there before we headed to the train station.
Ordered our food then started to panic a little when 45min later it still hadn't arrived. We were now cutting it a little fine with the bus / train situation.
Si complained, and about after another 5mins the food finally arrived. It was also the biggest portion ever. Had to wolf it down, food didn't really even touch the sides.
There is a local bus which is really cheap and takes us straight to the ...