Chengdu Babao Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with the little kids. They we're giggling and loving the interaction with Westerners. We returned to our hotel for a quiet evening of room service and relaxation. The Shangi-la hotel in Chengdu is very modern and wonderful. We have a view of the river and downtown that is reminiscent of the Ritz in Shanghai. Skyline is very grey with smog and clouds. Chengdu is the 4th largest city in China. 1 US Dollar=6.10 Chinese Yuan Renminbi ...
... wiry and coarse. It did not feel all that great. They kept squirting her paws with honey to keep her happy...YUP! KEEP THIS BABY PANDA HAPPY WHILE I AM CUDDLING HER. This was truly an experience of a lifetime as this is the only place in the world where you can actually touch a panda...even if it was somewhat contrived. And although it was expensive, I got a t-shirt, bag, dvd, magazine, photo in a 10 lb plexiglass frame (just what I need at this point is more ...
... not righter). The Chinese realize (but the US and Japan do not) that China would only hurt their own people with any conflict with any country AS THEY PRODUCE MOST EVERYTHING consumed around the world. The Chinese can’t afford to have more job losses.
o Does it not seem curious that the land given to China by the US as part of the Japanese surrender after WWII is now open for discussion and the US is now ...
Day 1 - Transit, Tianfu Square, Mao Statue
Spent the morning sitting on a train and not doing much.
Arrived in Chengdu East train station around 2pm. Looks like a brand new station so am guessing it hasnt been here long. Saw a metro sign and had been hoping I could catch the subway into town but unfortunatley it was all still under construction.Wasn't sure how to get to the hostel from here, nothing in guide book, so decided to catch a cab. Only $5 but ...
... for our DSL internet. After an hour, hour and a half, I finally signed the contact. Our contract came with a free cellphone with 500 minutes, landline with 600 minutes, and internet for about 1500 RMB for 6 months ( ~ $220). Our landlord was awesome because she kept arguing and fighting to get the cheapest deal. Also, China Telecom only has 1 year long contract, but our landlord fought so we could have just a ...