Forstar Hotel Chengdu Taisheng North Road
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... friend Chen
So we’re out for a special dinner
And Cathy’s really craving a glass of red wine
So Chen helps us find a special place
As much as he loves Sichuan cuisine, it just doesn’t go with red wine
Luckily, he has a friend who helps us find a spot
It’s by the American Consulate, Casa ...
... s Park. When parents go to work grandparents take care of the kids. A lot of the time they go to the park. They watch dance's. These dances people just do they don't ask for any money. There are different dance stations. Later we a rented motor boat. One group in a row boat tied them selfs on to our boat while I was driving. Everybody was taking pictures of me and Sam. Then we went to a temple. I had a wonderful ...
... brought to us!!! I suppose it makes every meal a three courser!! Something else that we just can't get our heads around is babies and toddlers wearing ******less pants with no nappies!! We have not had the pleasure of seeing this in practice but Laura and Michael said that on four or five occasions they have been in a subway station waiting for a train and a mother has held her baby over a BIN for it to have a number 2!! We have read that it is to cut down on ...
... digital surround sound, the constant hour and a half long rustling of a plastic bag by the woman sitting next to us as well as her husband's heavy breathing and even snoring (yes, snoring….loud) was highly off putting, but for us, highly hilarious. The only thing missing was someone to make the horrible hockeling noise they seem to make here, until the quietest part of the movie came on, and boom there it was--a nice mouthful of spit from a member of the ...
... two passengers who were French). A mixed group, cool! We had several excursions in the past where we had many different nationalities and the guide spoke English and then Chinese. We thought this would be similar to that and didn't question it. Our tour guide was not overly talkative and appeared friendly enough. We figured it was early and some people are just not morning people.
Once on the road, she introduced herself in Chinese and ...