Haoge Yushang Hotel
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... All the skyscrapers we saw have flashing colourful lights on their surface, projecting different shapes and motives. The central square is the perfect place where to get an idea on what we are describing with a plus... the lights of the skyscrapers are greeted by a monumental white statue of Mao. We found this strange "couple" bizarre and fascinating... 2 eras that look at each other.
We had the pleasure to taste ...
... my plan. Either way, we both decided that the time had come (it was 8 or 9 pm I think) for me to take a hotel. The station was a small one on the edge of a park plaza surrounded by high rise towers and hotels which must have been brand new. The four officers present, decided to accompany me on the quest to find a room. They closed the station and set off with me. I knew right away that the search for rooms in my price rang would be fruitless but I was unable to convey to them ...
... up truck full of plucked chickens. All that was visible was about 80 chicken feet trussed together!
The Pandas speak for themselves. We saw about 80 of them, including cubs! We got there quite early , as advised as the Pandas are most active apparently in the morning. That is, they are awake as opposed to being asleep! The were in as natural a habitat as possible given that they were in captivity. As we scanned their open air enclosure for a ...
... a little awkward to watch as we did not want to get in the way but the area smelt fantastic with all the aromas of incense burning. We also visited the Anshun Bridge which crosses the river Jin - A popular bridge in the city of Chengdu which means 'Peaceful and Fluent' and we were faced with some more classic and amazing Chinese architecture. We made a lot of friends in the Mr Panda hostel during our stay and one night even took part in a dumpling party which was ...
... affected the panda population and habitat. Pandas feed primarily on bamboo. They have developed large molars for grinding up the stalks, but are not well adapted to digesting them and so spend almost all of their waking hours eating. Bamboo flowers and dies off simultaneously over huge areas, periodically depriving giant pandas of their food source. In the past, they could travel to ...