- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down the road which was nicer and cheaper! This, he explained was to...
"You need fuel to recharge energy so enjoy wonderful China. I want you have good time here." Nice.
Our first night in Chengdu we mixed it up with the locals. With being in Sichuan we wanted to sample the speciality cuisine - Sichuan Hot Pot. A big pot of delicious but incredibly hot and spicy broth, where from a fridge you chose your own meat and veg that you wanted to cook and ...
... are thoroughly enjoying themselves. A little bit farther off, groups of women of about the same age as their fellow concert-goers display banners with lines of text printed on them. As we get closer, we can just make out a few numbers: 1975, 1.70… It takes us a moment but then we suddenly remember that someone had explained this phenomenon to us. These ladies are no other than matchmakers for their sons and daughters! They meet in the park regularly ...
... Kuanzhai Alley, a pedestrian area that has been created by renovating Qing Dynasty hutongs (courtyard houses most famous in Beijing) and making them into shops, cafes, bars and hotels. While these type of houses are not original to Chengdu, the renovated neighborhood consisting of three parallel alleys are fun to browse through.
We also visited the Jinli night market that was a buzz of activity centered around stall selling ...
... unoccupied stall. The tattered door hangs uncomfortably from its rusty hinges. I push open the door and my terror pushes back.
A year before I embarked on my journey, I twisted up my ankle quite severely in a soccer game in Santa Fe. I was on crutches for some time and after my ankle healed, I noticed that I was unable to bend my left foot upward as far as my right foot. This never affected my movement in getting around or getting ...
... translated it reads "Pockmarked Granny's Tofu". Was the granny pockmarked? I don't know. But the tofu definitely is, because the sauce it's served with has ground beef (or sometimes pork) and preserved beans, giving the white tofu a "pockmarked" look. It's very spicy and delicious), "fried potato wire" which is julienned potato, sauteed with pickled chilies, and "Shui Zhu pork (a spicy, brothy pork dish). Andrew was optimistic about the ...