Peninsula Hotel Chengdu Zongfu
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... Cars driving everywhere turning on red lights, staged 4 in an intersection waiting to turn, people on scooters everywhere taxis turning in front of scooters, crosswalks full of people. It is a bit overwhelming, but oddly enough there are very few accidents. A lot of horn blowing though. Lol Today is day three and I think the jet lag has hit us all. So it's early bed for me! Happy 4th of July! I'm heading to ...
... the international feel that surrounds CC. People from all over the world dancing to music! Its amazing.
In CC there are several regulars, people who either work there and so have to go every single day, and others who go there every night to party:
There is a French and Spanish DJ who I met on my first night at CC. His name is Charley and as people go he is okay, though not extremely interesting. He has lived in Chengdu for about ...
... we got some snow there during our hike in the park, a cold day but magic. Check the pics! The park is also nicknamed the Chinese Yellowstone. For good reasons. Really stunning, I recommend it! We also had there a lot of fun with the Chinese tourists (hundreds of them while quasi no foreigners).
After this nice journey in the Sichuan Province, It is now time to continue further north to visit the capital Beijing and hike on the legendary Great Wall of ...
The Cathay Pacific flight from Toronto to Hong Kong, all 15 hours, was relaxing and seemed much faster than these flights in the past. Perhaps it was because this time I had an entire row of seats to myself in which to stretch and sleep. In fact, the plane looked as though it was about 10% full. So lots of room, and no end to the helpings of whatever food or drink one wanted.
Even the three hurricanes headed to Hong Kong cooperated by shooting up the coast giving me ...
... a bit depressing... we decided we wanted to head straight to Chengdu so went to the trainstation to get our tickets. Turns out we are on the run up of this big festival (how do we always get so lucky?) so all tickets are sold out for today, they did however have some tickets available for the next day on the slowest train (21 hours). We took those as at least now we had tickets to leave the town the next day. Finding accomodation wasn't too difficult as we just followed ...