InterContinental Century City Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to Chengdu and the Shangri La Hotel. On our way back we stopped by a tea plantation. They also visited fields of rice patties and other crops. We ate a pomegranate right off the tree as well as a hot chili pepper off the bush. Wow wow wow are they hot!!!! We hit a lot of traffic and was late getting to the hotel. Traffic is crazy!!!!!!!!!! Got to hotel at 6:30 and dinner is at 7. We went to Hot Pot. ...
... to be interesting to see how this crew gets along now that we will be together 24/7.It is quite an eclectic group with lots of personalities. Some things just can't be put in writing:) Luckily Cia and I get to room together.
The city of Chengdu seems much cleaner than Fuzhou on every level. I could be wrong??? Chengdu is the only city that has never changed it's name in 3,000 years. It is a city of 14 MILLION!!! And that has doubled in the last ...
... 3 hours after you have finished eating and have consumed the equivalent of a year’s ‘grease’ consumption.
One thing we see ‘eye to eye on’ here in China is a well-deserved rest in the afternoon – that is what is next for me. We hope you get your rest and have a wonderful week. Our next stop is the main reason for this adventure – seeing/sending off our daughter – ...
Another day, another long day on the bus. This tour spends a lot of time in transit. If anyone is looking a booking a short tour of China I would really recommend splurging, playing a bit more for a tour that uses internal flights to get around. I was fully aware of the overland travel that would be part of my trip but it really starts to wear on you over time.
We arrived in Chengdu and collapsed into our hotel. I found my ...
... Admittedly I shouldn't have been wearing flip flops in the rain, but it was warm and sunny when we left this morning. After what felt like an hour of slipping, should've been a 2minute walk, we reached the ticket office. And oh my word... it was heaving. Never seen queues quite like this. There were about 40 queues, each going out the door. No wander the trains get so booked up, there were enough people here to fill at least a thousand trains!
We had no idea which queue ...