Huashuiwan Hot Spring Hotel

Huashuiwan Tourism Area, Dayi County, Sichuan, 611345, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Huashuiwan Tourism Area, Dayi County.
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Dam good day!

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Apr 01, 2012

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... as we sailed along and you could view from the open decks or from the front of the Yangtze Club lounge area.

Once at the site we went ashore in our original groups with our "Dam Guide" to get on coaches to go to the Dam site.

First we had to run the gauntlet of some fairly persistent but very cheerful stallholders, who all said come back later (and had memories like elephants they recognised "their " customers ...

Bike Ride - Day 2. Pingle to Baoshan

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters on Aug 24, 2007

2 comments, 19 photos

... order to help with the biking later that day. Something to do with carb intake and beer being high in carbohydrates. New one on me that one. In the restaurant a jug of beer was poured and some ice requested. I didn't realise this but the concept of ice cubes is apparently not a familiar one and it wasn't long before the waitress came back with some 'ice' - in the form of several orange ice lollies. Fortunately someone stopped ...

Jianchuan Museum Cluster

A travel blog entry by dearl on Jul 17, 2007

2 comments, 13 photos

... visit. I will finish with the final information board at the gallery it says it all. Epilogue: The flames of revolution fired the red porcelain of New China, and, when the inferno of the Cultural Revolution died down, most of the porcelain that carried its marks wound up smashed and scattered. When we remember the past we live it again. Viewing the porcelain of New China in this exhibit enables us to imagine those days that have ...

Emei Shan

A travel blog entry by alexbright on Jul 04, 2007

2 comments, 11 photos

... you have had a hard day. Day 3 - We got up at 3:45am and left for the final 1 1/2 hour climb to the summit to see the sun rise. Not so spectacular but it felt like a real achievement. We didn't walk the full 52km back down though. We allowed ourselves a ride in the cable car, a mere 20min walk to the bus station and a bus to ferry us the rest of the way back to our bed. We were back in time for ...

Does ANYONE speak English??????

A travel blog entry by teamdac on Mar 30, 2007

20 photos

... taxi driver!!! We have learnt that if you sit in the front of the cab with a map of the city on your knee, the taxi driver tends to take you straight to your destination rather than giving you a tour of the city! The next day we take a trip to see the Pandas!!! We were greeted by our non English speaking tour guide who spent the whole morning pointing and of course spitting!!! Luckily he didn't need to fill us in on anything and we ...

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