Dujiangyan Langyuan Flower Hotel
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... were very nice because they were "totally black...and white", This caused some confusion as to what he meant, I mean what else would they be? In any case,I hoped we would find out tomorrow. He told us that we could hug, or at least pet the pandas. However, that you had to book and the cost was £200! For about 5 mins! Talk about exploiting the animals! Us that is. Unfortunately, it was too expensive to hug Pandas!
We drove for 30 mins and ...
... way to the direction we were walking. There were beggars in the street with limbs missing or worse which was distressing, giving so little can mean so much to them. The stalls were filled with brass Buddhas or bright fabrics or baubles and bracelets. Light was against us though and when we jumped into a taxi I thought it was about seven o'clock but it was only after four. The pollution ...
... Dongsheng Street, but it doesn't exist. He was happy to help, and gave us directions that weren't too detailed, so I was a little confused. I verified that all he said was "straight, then left" and he said yes. I said thank you and returned to the girl to see if she could give more details. She went to the nearest bus stop and looked to see if there was any stop that would give her a hint--there wasn't. Also thoroughly confused, she asked a woman nearby, who happened to also know ...
... became a World Heritage Site in 2000 along with Mount Qingcheng.
Mount Qingcheng is amongst the most important centres of Taoism in China. In Taoism mythology, it was the site of the Yellow Emperor's studies with Ning Fengzhi. As a centre of the Taoist religion it became host to many temples. The mountain has 36 peaks. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.
... trochu poprechadzat a nevyuzivat sluzby taxi. Presli sme peso skoro cely stred mesta. Najprv sme navstivili .... Budhisticky temple, potom sme sa trosku zatulali v okoli a dali si male obcerstvenie, chutilo to dobre ale stale nevieme co sme to jedli :) Objavili sme aj stanok kde boli na palickach niejake hmyzovite pochutky... hm, nie dakujeme! Pokracovali sme dalej do centra ostro sledovany domacimi :) ''cidzinec neni nasinec'' , kto by na nas dvoch necumel? V centre ...