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... place of celebration and tragedy which shouldn’t be forgotten. The security measures at the Square (and later we learnt across all major sights in China) are crazy and intense! Every local is scanned in using their ID card and their every bag is carefully checked. As tourists, we got through easily and without any hassle. The government is very paranoid about further protests at the Square, hence the thorough checks. ...
... downtown Chengdu was very interesting. Chengdu is the fourth largest city in China, with about 14 million people. In 2007, it was named the best tourist city in China. It has a lot of neon lights and flash. While I would describe Beijing as stately and dignified, Chengdu would be the fun friend.
Our hotel for the next two nights was the Ritz-Carlton. Can't go wrong there. It was beautiful. The lobby is on the 25th floor (still not sure what's on floors ...
... of the overly warm car. I slept for about an hour as we weaved our way through the morning rush hour traffic and out of the city. It was about another hour before we arrived at the wall. Jinling set me up with my entrance, shuttle bus and cable car tickets and told me to call her when I was ready to leave. She said I had three hours to spend on the wall.
I walked through the gate up a fairly steep incline and tried to get to the shuttle ...
... some complete with miniature figurines. Since coming to China, I have been accumulating succulents, so this was an interesting shop to stop in. It also made us late, so we hurried to leave and rushed back to the hostel.
From the hostel, we headed to the Kung fu show. This show, compared to the acrobatics, absolutely blew my mind. It was a play, and, geared to tourists as it was, it was in English. There was beautiful dancing, awesome ...
... a perfect, beautiful moment of transition.
We trundled back to our hotel, tired, sunburned and footsore, only to be collected by Mr. Liang for another dinner out. I am quickly becoming accustomed to spicy tofu, Sichuan-style noodles and a constant stream of (weak) beer for dinner.
I'm tired now my loves, and need to collapse into a long, dark sleep. We leave for Chongqing in the morning, and I suspect it will be another busy ...