Datong Century Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... traditional tea house which was good! We then headed down Jinli Street( which is meant to be a pretty busy tourist street in Chengdu). Again this was lovely but a tourist trap. Very over prices. We paid about €9 for a beer and a tea ( that would usually cost €4). Brendan was still sick on our last day, so we didn't have the energy to do anything else so we just headed to the cinema to pass a few hours( as our sleeper train to Xian wasn't till 9:15 that night). Cinema ...
... the wild. These animals are protected by the Chinese government and there was evidence to show that. Jackie Chan and Bill Clinton also adopted 2 pandas there to help with the efforts.
We took many photos of the little guys eating and playing and a great group shot of all of us at this incredible place. It truly was a wonderful and quintessential visit and part of this journey.
During the orientation meeting, I asked Ricky if there was ...
... arrived back at the hostel around 2100 and got food. Tom went for a Thomas hamburger and I got maple tofu again. This time ensuring I asked for only a little chilli. Both places I was complimented on my Chinese, but each time they felt like they could have a full conversation with me which I was then lost on! Back to the hostel and time to pack ready for another gruelling 18hour train ride back to Wuhan tomorrow. All in all a very successful trip to Chengdu for the Hodgin ...
... a collection of rickety chairs and tables. The city's roots go as far back as the engimatic Ba-Shu era, though it first became a capital during the Three Kingdoms (AD 221), later gaining a reputation for its silk brocade and for being the first place that printed paper money. By Chinese standards, Chengdu is a fairly compact city, stretching 4 miles (6 km) across, with most sights within ...
... that I realized not only would Mandarin be the common language again, but there might be people who could understand English again too.
The Israeli couple we travelled with back in Deqin recommended a hostel at which they stayed in Chengdu. It sounded like a cool place, run by a Singaporean man and his Japanese wife, both of whom used to be avid backpackers. We decided it would be a fine ...