Fuyi Hotel

Address: South Section of Pengzu Avenue, Pengshan County, Meishan, Sichuan, 620800, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on South Section of Pengzu Avenue, Pengshan County, Meishan.
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Travel Blogs from Meishan

Day 8: Back to the Village - Renshou

A travel blog entry by yins on Jun 21, 2010

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... to corn to squash to melons. The agriculture here grows like crazy – everything is green, tall and bountiful; and I am sure they are not using miracle gro.

As it turns out, most of the villagers in the Yin ancestral area do not have jobs but are subsistence farmers. They basically live off the land and may sometimes ...

Pandas Here I Come!

A travel blog entry by blackfox on Oct 17, 2009

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... am passing no judgement as yet, all I have managed in to do my laundry and get the room key stuck in the door knob. Oh, but don't worry, a 90+ lady was able to remove it with a bit of brute strength... I am turning into a pansy!

Anyways, stay tuned for the Chengdu days to come. ...

"Here Mr Panda Bear"

A travel blog entry by cal_ipi on Jun 19, 2007

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... of bamboo they eat per day i'd imagine), but everytime he nearly got it the man would pull it away again! I think he meant well, maybe, but poor old 'panda bear!' The sanctury was seriously encouraging though, China now imposes the death penalty for anyone found killing a panda and they seem to be trying very hard to stop these amazing creatures from becoming extinct. Good on 'em we ...

Black and White Lay Abouts

A travel blog entry by hodge on May 25, 2007

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... Thats how big it is and dug into the side of a cliff, the sight is pretty impressive. But what made it better was the surrounding caves, waterfalls and gardens. Amazing another nice part of China and the sky was a lot less smoggy than Xian. The other big draw to Chengdu is the world famous panda sanctuary. The next we got up really early to watch the pandas, as the are apparently more active in the morning!!! Well they moved as far as ...

Hot springs and waterfalls on way to Meishan

A travel blog entry by kurtmult on May 22, 2007

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... we leave shortly after. It does not take long and we arrive at the Junior high school and go in to visit the teacher of the evening before. I meet the young English teacher of the school - one who is not afraid to talk English-, but we are told that the teacher we are looking for is out " Muo Yu" as they say, " Touching fish ", which means being away during work time. We say good bye, visit a waterfall not too far off the road - sorry, do not remember the ...