Howard Johnson Conference Resort Chengdu
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... close to such a beautiful wild animal. A tea shirt and several other notices were also given to us and the whole Panda Ark experience is one I will never forget, it was so thrilling.
After the five of us had coffee at the Panda Ark, we drove to Dujiangyan Weir Park, a gorgeous Park with many statues of famous Chinese men, hundreds of bonsai trees, waterfalls and water features of stone and cement. Statuary, bridges, koi fish and the rushing river all made ...
... facility (so new that it's not even open yet!). We had our first awesome experience with the Giant Pandas.
After the reserve we drove to our hotel, the Shangri-La in Chengdu. A beautiful world-class facility. We then walked to a restaurant for traditional Peking ...
... We've seen so many places in Beijing, xi'an and chengdu and the number of unesco world heritage sites we've had the opportunity to visit is literally crAyy. Of course some major thanks are in order... Thanks to Jiedi's parents for organising so much and letting us stay in their lovely Beijing apartment, and to Jiedi's amazing family in Xian (all the cousins #babes) who took us around the city and kept us safe. Of course the trip wouldn't have been the same without Hilary ...
We took another overnight train to Chengdu, which took 19 hours (we were 3 hours late). The main reason we came to Chengdu was to see the pandas and eat spicy Sichuan food. When we arrived to our hostel, our Tibet permit was waiting for us. This was a massive relief because of all the horror stories we had heard about getting a permit. There were a lot of rule changes in 2013 including ...
Arrived in Chengdu this morning safe and well after a 17-hour train journey. Getting closer to Tibet and the top of the world. Going to stay here for a week to 10 days as that's how long an entry permit takes, to get into Tibet. Still cant get on to Facebook. Hopefully when ...