Handu Grand Hotel (Handu Dajiudian)
TripAdvisor Reviews Handu Grand Hotel (Handu Dajiudian) Chengdu
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... to be weighed precisely in accordance to the panada's eating potential and dietary requirements. Once prepared, the time had come to finally feed the panda.
The keeper took us back to the feeding cage and then opened the hatch, shouting out "Soochi," the panda's name. Within seconds this giant panada came into the feeding cage and stood up near the bars waiting to be fed. It was honestly one of the most special moments we had witnessed and we both couldn't resist ...
... wiry and coarse. It did not feel all that great. They kept squirting her paws with honey to keep her happy...YUP! KEEP THIS BABY PANDA HAPPY WHILE I AM CUDDLING HER. This was truly an experience of a lifetime as this is the only place in the world where you can actually touch a panda...even if it was somewhat contrived. And although it was expensive, I got a t-shirt, bag, dvd, magazine, photo in a 10 lb plexiglass frame (just what I need at this point is more ...
... that the government has their best interests (generally speaking) at heart whereas I don’t think anyone in the West would say that about their governments.
o Isn’t it also ironic that it is the highly successful (ie RICH) communist government officials and cronies that our governments invite to immigrate to our countries?
o Current events and the American Propaganda
... After a while I just said I wasn't that much into meat and preferred
vegetables, so I was off the hook.
All in all it was a very nice and interesting evening and we enjoyed it a lot. Our Chinese company were very friendly and showered us in complements how beautiful our eyes and our hair was. If they manage to come to Europe one day dinner is on us.
Today we went to see the Pandas, which were sooo cute. I am going to put up pics soon.
... in Chengdu, visit the River viewing pavillion and the Chinese Opera show.
Managed to find a bus heading in the right direction for the park but had to catch it on the wrong side of the river. In the end had to walk for a while from the bus stop in order to find a bridge across the river.
Found it to be one of the nicer parks I've visited. Seems one of the main plants in this park is bamboo with a few large groves growing around the place along with a ...