- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fronts of the many many yak meat shops. Usually conclusions either came down to stomach or testicle (we're not yak doctors, yeah?). In this form, the meat looks pretty unappetising, though it is almost certainly something similar which fills the delicious fluffy white steamed dumplings that make up our breakfast most mornings, usually together with a pot of cold noodles covered with chilli, sesame oil and vinegar - see you in hell/may, weatbix! It was a very scenic 6 ...
... a 7 which was supposed to go to the city according to my internet information. I was on the bus for ages and had no idea where I was so I ended off getting off and catching a taxi to where I wanted to go. I should have done that it in the first place rather than wasting a couple of hours and $1 on three bus rides.
I caught the taxi to Jinli Ancient Street. It was a very soggy walk around a very touristy spot. There were a few interesting spots but it was mostly ...
... there, as they were cleaning up for the night, but they still served us. We split a tuna with scallion roll (where's the tuna!?), a couple pieces of eel sushi, & grilled salmon belly sushi (Oh My God!). Kelly also got ramen with melt in your mouth pork, & I got the same but with duck (more flavor, less tender. Both were great, the noodles were fantastic, & the broth (especially mine) was amazing. Why aren't we in Japan right now? Kelly's aside: Mine had more flavor and was better than ...
... are going out for a Sichuan hot pot, a famous dining experience here. Tonight Shak (British, 31, traveling for 6 months before starting a pgce) and I are going to a Sichuan opera. Apparently this is nothing like what we consider to be an opera and you sit there drinking tea while someone gives you a massage while the opera is going on. Amazing! Tomorrow am it's the pandas!!! Can't wait. And then we're off to a monastery on Emei Shan, a Buddhist mountain for a couple days (no wifi). Nap ...
Sichuan food is famous for being hot and spicy and is ranked is some of the hottest food in the world. The region prides itself on tongue numbing dishes including sauteed pork slices with hot peppers, fish in chilli bean sauce, Kung Poa chicken and rice, but most famously Hot Pot. This consists of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While
the hot pot is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and