Xin Long Yang Maruika Hotel

Address: 25 Qinglong Road, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610031, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

קונגפו פ

A travel blog entry by doritberkovits on Oct 24, 2015

... 1514;ע ממש כשהגע 04;ו לתחנת האוטו 89;ןס על מנת לצאת מהשמו 12;ה התכסו השמים עננים והחל
לרדת ...

More plans

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Dec 01, 2013

... size of paving stones, it really is a fine continent. Donna is currently fearful of the mountaineering but I promise you when we return to the UK Donna will have summitted a peak of 6,000m or above and it will be one of the highlights of the trip for her.

As for the language, just yesterday I started teaching Donna Spanish. A daunting task for two reasons. Firstly I don't actually speak ...

Chillin in Cheng Du

A travel blog entry by techhdarre on Nov 26, 2012

4 comments, 59 photos

... right at the park entrance!

JinLi Street
This was cool! IT was a newly built street in ancient style. Narrow atmoshperic alleys with arched bridges and hanging lanterns. The shops were touristic, including a Starbucks! But it was such a cool place to wander around!



A travel blog entry by philandley on May 10, 2012

58 photos

... all trying to roll out pastry and make the best dumplings. Everyone was covered in flour. It was cool!

The following day we took a trip to the panda conservation park. Now I've never had any strong feelings either way for them but my mind was changed as soon as I saw them. They are beautiful animals and have an incredible human quality. We literally stood for 20 minutes at a time staring at each one.

Again, we debated whether or not to make our own way there but in ...

My Apartment - First Impression

A travel blog entry by jasper.lawson on Sep 03, 2011

6 photos

... 8217;t know how to cook Chinese food. I mean it’s one thing eating the ingredients in a dish at a restaurant. It’s another getting the meat that has been hanging in the sun all day, picking out a seasoning covered in Chinese, choosing vegetables you’ve never seen and taking it all home and frying it up. Besides, I’ll be cooking for the rest of my life. So when there’s cheap, tasty food down the road, why cook? ...