InterContinental Century City Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we heard loud screams from the keeper - turning our heads towards the keeper, we saw a baby panda on all fours running towards us and then standing on their hind legs. It was such an amazing sight and as Tash put it, "the cutest thing ever." The keepers gave the baby panda a carrot and then sat it next to me.......I put my arm around it and was the happiest person alive. What a special moment - I honestly wanted to take it home with me.
After the photograph we got ...
... out of tortoise shell. We took to this immediately. Learning the instrument was fairly simple, and placing it to song was extremely gratifying. We thoroughly enjoyed this class, and are looking forward to the second day. If I ever have the chance to return, I will definitely be purchasing one and continuing to learn it. I played hooky from the chamber rehearsals and went with 2 other adults to the electronics store to pick up a few wireless routers. The heat was ...
... is cloudy, smoggy, and rainy because that minimizes the risk of getting darker from the sun.
We were reminded this week that what is paradise for one could be the opposite for another (I guess that is why the Vancouver rain does not hinder the migration of Chinese). We hope you have found your paradise and be reminded that the grass is NOT greener on the other side – somebody just peed ...
... they wish – the presence of non-smokers is never a barrier to lighting up. However, a woman smoking in public is considered to be behaving indecently.
The bus ride back was very stressful for Sasha. When he checked his pockets he realized he lost the map of Chengdu. The guidebook was left at the hostel; we did not have the address where we were going, not even a street name. The bus was making many turns and all streets looked the same. We were not even certain that the ...
... to them even though they didn’t speak a word of English and our Mandarin hasn’t improved drastically enough to enable any kind of conversations. But armed with my MP3 player, a couple of books and some crackers we managed to get through the journey very well indeed.
Our next destination is called Chengdu and we had not originally planned to come here. However once we found out that our train journey was going to be 36 hours long we decided to add in a couple of ...