Jinyu Sunshine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... your food in the pot in front of you. Went for ice cream after dinner and walked in the street as a girl was playing the violin and other musicians performed after her. To bed around 11 or so and have to be up at 5:30a again for 7 a breakfast. Leaving at 7:45 for Tangjiahe guest house. It is a wild panda reserve where we will hike and hopefully see animals and maybe even a Panda in the wild. Sent from my ...
Well today we set off to see the Leshan Giant Buddha, the highlight of our visit to Chengdu and the government closed it due to the threat of bad weather. It's up in the mountains and you have to climb about 200 feet of stairs that have been cut in the mountain to get to the other side to see the Buddha. Because of the threat of rain and the recent landslide it was a no go. Talk ...
... why they got classified together at some point. The pandas were really cute and for about $180 donation, Julie got to go in and hold a baby one. It was a cool experience that you could only have in China, to much liability in the US to do something like that! The Pandas were all split up into different age groups and did what pandas always do, lay around and eat bamboo. The red pandas were actually more fun to watch as they were much more active and ...
... and you don’t really see much of them past 10am. The weather was really drizzly and grey but we all headed into the huge park and followed our guide to the first enclosure. We had no idea of how close we would get to the pandas, so we were very surprised when we rounded the corner and found ourselves no less than 10 feet away from a group of four baby pandas having their breakfast! They really are magnificent animals. Even though they are very tough little animals and can ...
... here on Monday, April 11 at 1 am. Crossing the Pacific Ocean we went up along the west coast, by Alaska across the Baering Straight, and down along Siberia/Russia. Then we crossed over Japan very near the epicenter of the earthquake & tsunami. After 14 hours we landed in Shanghai and had a 3 hour lay-over. After which we had a 3 1/2 hour flight to Chengdu. Total travel time was a little over 20 hours and we gained 15 hours. So 5 ...