Chengdu Nine Point International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... funny watching the larger one stealing the shoots straight from the little ones! Next we walked to the adult giant pandas, who were huge and equally cute munching their bamboo, most of them sitting upright and then rocking back when they were too full. There were surprisingly few people looking at these ones so we took our time and got some great pictures; luckily the rain had stopped and it was heating up. ...
... lacks colour but then thinking about it, all hospitals are rather devoid of colour so really it is quite a colourful place. The sweet touch that I like is how many of the decorations on the walls are made by the children, and have their names written on them in beautifuly neat chinese characters. I really want to encourage this decoration and am looking into making some sort of activity for the kids while they are having ...
... B-E-A-U-T-Ful! What a restaurant. And the food, oh the food, yum. Our lazy Susan was filled with beef, vegetables, noodles, squid, and other delicacies. Not sure how much everything cost, but I am sure it was pricey.
With full stomaches and feeling somnolent, we rolled onto the van, napped on the way home and crawled into bed. The weekend was over, and what a fitting end it was to our first fantastic weekend in China. Clubbing, shopping and Pandas Oh My!
... your elbow inside your ear!
To wrap up our sightseeing in Sichuan we took a trip out to see the Giant Buddha at Leshan. Those who have been following our blog will have noticed we’ve seen our fair share of Buddhas on this trip. From the largest, to the heaviest to the most valuable every country seems to have its own claim to make. The Buddha at Leshan is said to be one of the tallest and so it only seemed right to add him ...
... we headed North towards where we thought a market was located on our maps, but not finding it continued up into town to look at the shops. As we've seen elsewhere in China, there really is very little difference except for language between many Chinese cities and most large Western cities.
As it was getting on towards dinner time we decided to visit a food court under one of the shopping arcades and found ...