- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cubs! It really was adorable to see them scampering around, especially when one of the little ones started play-fighting with its mother! There were around 6 Panda's in the next enclosure that we stumbled across and it seemed that we arrived just at the right time because one of the keepers was bringing a healthy breakfast of bamboo for them! It was amazing just to watch them all sitting there eating and they were so close to us too! We walked around ...
... first developed in the 1600s, with the area based around two ancient streets and the buildings being restored in the old architectural style. The wide alley was called Xingren Lane during the Qing Dynasty and it displays Chendgu folk culture. Based around the themes of travel and leisure, the lane is lined with boutique hotels, restaurants in folk styles, traditional teahouses, taverns and distinctive inns. Visitors can enjoy night snacks and ...
... of England where you weigh and price your own fruit, they have several people who do that for you, and the same for freshly baked bread items. You can definitely see a work line in action.
One thing that I read today about the Chinese language is why they almost lack any grammar. There is no conjugation, no changing verbs in any way, and often to ask a question you simply make a statement and add ma or how ma on the end! The reason ...
... mama out. We saw a video of how a mother (typically) cannot comprehend the birth of her newborn and so, lacking any discernible maternal instinct whatsoever, finds only amusement in the squeaky, pink, toy-like creature before her. She began essentially mauling her wailing cub, slapping it aggressively and tossing it the way a cat might play with a mouse. Luckily, the keepers ran in and rescued it before she trampled it to death or snacked on it.
We had a more leisurely start to the day, not setting out till 10am. We were taken to Jingli Street, a restored shop front area with some different craft items and demonstrations. After lunch we were taken back to the hotel for a late checkout. We were to go by overnight sleeper to Xian. We were picked up at 3pm, and first visit was to a brocade factory. Again, like all these factory trips it was very interesting to be shown the work that goes into ...