- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yeah.....there still is only one musician in the family....and it's NOT me! Lol After the percussion class the kids had their music lessons so the adults were set free. I walked to the store to pick up a few things and got caught in a downpour! It rains a lot here. Because if the rain, we didn't venture out this evening. The traffic is horrific here and I am amazed there aren't accidents and pedestrian strikes ...
... The first citizen to try the law was a TV show judge, who enjoyed the next 6 months behind bars, instead of the TV screen. The range and variety of Chinese food is obviously very dependent on location. Warned by two guides that Sichuan cuisine would be ‘spicy’, Ella reinforced this with her quip that the Chengdu folk ‘eat chilli pods as snacks. Luckily enough, the restaurants, were kind to us, and wonderful delicacies were ...
... way they tower over the Chinese sometimes seems to put people off. (Some of them are really arrogant too, but I guess part of their job is believing that they are beautiful and desired by all...)
Something else that seems quite popular in China's night clubs is to have a performer, and is most clubs that I have been to they have a performance nearly every hour. In cc they have some really amazing dancers and singers who sing the English songs ...
... we got some snow there during our hike in the park, a cold day but magic. Check the pics! The park is also nicknamed the Chinese Yellowstone. For good reasons. Really stunning, I recommend it! We also had there a lot of fun with the Chinese tourists (hundreds of them while quasi no foreigners).
After this nice journey in the Sichuan Province, It is now time to continue further north to visit the capital Beijing and hike on the legendary Great Wall of ...
... all the small sand paths and enjoying the scenery. Not too bad, I'd say. We passed through dusty towns with wooden houses, little piglets running the streets, people in traditional dress walking from town to town and kids playing in a lake. When we got caught in some rain we found shelter at a hairdresser/shop where we had some drinks until it became dry again and we could continue. When we were back in the town we got some bustickets for the bus to China for the next ...