InterContinental Century City Hotel Chengdu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a young man talked about the pandas; they have five fingers and a pseudo thumb which they use to grasp bamboo. We watched a movie about the pandas, then went over to wash bamboo that would be fed to the pandas. Then we prepared to meet the panda. We unloaded our backpacks and purses in a small room, donned booties over our shoes, put on smocks and plastic gloves. Then we lined up. The four of us were first. We took turns filming each other with cameras, phones, movies, ...
... joined in and hung out in the corner with two others who didn't know the moves. Tai Chi started up later and was more my speed but got a bit worrisome when everybody got their long swords out (the instructor kindly gave me one). Not sure what we were doing but the music was louder and we were moving way faster and I was scared I'd behead someone. Jerome was happy he'd stayed in bed.
... about for 2 hours then get another train to lijang
This leg isn’t worth sending an update to everyone, so I am just posting it
Didn’t even take any photos of the place, it’s just another Chinese city, the people are still the same, still spitting, eating noodles, so there is nothing more to say about it
... We were directed to the main shopping district, and the first cinema we went to was a fail, as was the second theatre. On our third attempt (and likely final), we were told by the manager (who seemed very excited to have us at her theatre), that there was one movie that had some English and subtitles. The film was called the Flowers of War (based on a book), and starred Christian Bale, it all took place during the massacre of ...
... They asked me to show them around, and I agreed that I'd walk with them to find something fun to do, but that I was of course no expert on Chengdu. They didn't care though. Since I could speak Chinese, everything was all good!
So we walked around and eventually found a very lively night district where there were bars, karaoke places, food stands, etc. We went into one of the bars and had great fun there for a while. When it was time ...