InterContinental Century City Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was the historic village of Huanglongxi. This village dates from the Qing Dynasty and while it has been restored, a lot of the buildings are still original and from that period. The neat thing about this ancient village is that it has been restored so much and now it is a very popular tourist destination full of all sorts of great shops mixed into the old buildings and temples. As we entered the village we began to see tons of girls (of all ages really) wearing ...
... 30mins and is 2,000¥ (£230)! I got caught up in the moment and seen as I was so disappointed in the whole experience of the sanctuary, I really wanted to see and hold the Panda, where else in the world am I going to have the chance to do it again? I asked the woman if she could take my international travel card, NO, I asked about my credit card, NO, so I asked about an ATM on the grounds, NO? Finally I asked if there was an ATM outside the grounds, again NO, ...
... this Giant Buddha in a place called Leshan; we could get the bus to see that?” “Yeah, that sounds like a plan” he replied, and immediately set about his phone, researching the way to get there (He has discovered that he can browse the internet on his phone where a free Wi-Fi connection is available). Ten minutes later he had all the details required. “Ok, we need to get to the main bus station, grab a bus to Leshan, and then I reckon ...
... the first Panda's we came across were the Red Panda's which look a little like foxes. They weren't really doing much apart from eating their breakfast so we left them and headed for the Panda Bears. We got to see a couple of baby panda's which was good, one seemed to be stuck up a tree! Not that his mother cared, she was too busy munching on some bamboo.
About halfway through the trip we were given the option to feed and have our photo taken with a baby panda, which sounded ...
... off the door from the outside with brute force. My apologies to IBM for the broken bit of the door. And then I also have to wonder, how long would I have gone missing before my dear team noticed I wasn't there?!
We ended the long work session tonight with a stop at Subway for a light dinner. See, we can do a light dinner if we really try. The sandwich menu was essentially the same as in the US, although the potato chips were local ...