Jinyu Sunshine Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... to mention that Lucas has brought a different car for us today. Chengdu, along with Beijing, has restrictions imposed on the number of days in a week that each vehicle can access the CBD. It is sort of like our sprinkler system at home - only vehicles that end in certain numbers can be within the 3rd ring road precinct on nominated days. This effectively limits traffic by 20 per cent. So for someone like Lucas who makes a living by driving - he needs to have two ...
... believed were intended to be the emperor's army during his reign in the afterlife.
Three 'pits' are open to the public, and we started with the third and smallest pit, which is as yet mainly unexcavated. The second is slightly more impressive - the 'control area' of the army, with various high ranking officers contained within. However, it is when you hit the first and largest pit that you get the real 'wow' moment - over 3000 soldiers have been ...
... dropped from 25 degrees in HK to well under 10. The Sichuan pepper was a great start to experiencing Chinese cuisine in China, Chengdu has been designated as Asia’s first city of gastronomy. It is a million miles away from the msg gloop you get used to in many ‘Chinese restaurants’. Even the better ones suffer from their misnomer as the cuisines of the different regions are so diverse, putting it all in one place things become oversimplified, ...
I dont really recommend plane travel in China - everything gets delayed! We sat on the tarmac for 2 hours and Allen said that is very common. Surprisingly Chengdu had a cold spell when we were there and it was only 25 degrees and probably less than 20 at night.. It was such a nice reprieve from the heat. However now that we are in Hangzhou unfortunately it was 38 degrees at 4:30pm this afternoon so we are in for a scorcher tomorrow.. Ill let you know how I ...
... is not so high. These people that I had seen had moved from the far flug region of east China in Xinjiang province which border Kirghistan.
When we finally got the the park we could hear loud music playing. As we wondered closer we could see a live band preforming authentic Chinese music. When we asked someone what it was all about they told us that it was womens day. Along with this there were Chinese women ...