Huaxi Angel Hotel

No.10 Dianxin South Street, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.10 Dianxin South Street, Wuhou District, Chengdu, is near Giant Panda Breeding Research Base (Xiongmao Jidi), Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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    A travel blog entry by ronduh on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... as a treat. Because it's so hot here they are given "ice cream" which is just a frozen block of ice, sometimes containing pieces of apple in it. The Panda Base is a non-profit organization run by the government. For a donation to the government, you can hold a baby panda. The donation includes a framed picture, a small tour and lesson on the giant panda and certificate of participation and a gift (which was a neck tie this time). It ...

    Good Fortune in Chengdu and Lijiang

    A travel blog entry by 2013 on May 16, 2013

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    ... had several arms indicating that she could be called upon for many reasons. Does this ring a bell, ladies????????? Another beautiful buddha, all white, was protected by a smaller statue in front. Offerings lay in a cabinet in front of the Buddha. In one of the temples rooms books were being read

    and continuous chanting rebounded to the beat of a drum by a monk. He continues to do this throughout the ...

    A taste of the high life in Chengdu

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Jun 19, 2012

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    ... of glammed-up middle-aged women strutting up and down a makeshift red carpet to blaring pop music. Helen, unable to resist, joined them, much to the embarrassment of her husband.

    As we watched this spectacle, a man with a few teeth missing and scruffy hair approached with a cheery “Hello! Where you from?”

    “England,” we responded, in our best Chinese. He engaged us in shaky English conversation for some time, before a young teenager came up ...

    Stairway to Huff'n

    A travel blog entry by philkoziol on Sep 29, 2010

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    ... the driver who’s mobile I had reception at The Mix Hostel where I was headed. In the end, Seven offered to give me a lift as her parents were picking her up, and Albert said we could travel that way together both with some conviction. I explained I had booked the car and he may be waiting all the while feeling like I was going to be part of some big tourist scam or used in tomorrow’s special dumplings. This was all just a mix of fatigue, stress, over friendly ...

    Heading south...

    A travel blog entry by beka4peace on Sep 19, 2010

    ... across the street, the pavement, the restaurants, anywhere a person could stand they could spit or so I had seen. Chengdu didn't present this cringing experience whilst I was watching anyway.

    I was greeted by my agency and taken to the office where they asked me questions and wrote stuff down, they offered me something to drink which I accepted immediately as my throat was parched, they gave me a cup of HOT water, yes hot ...