King Chuan Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... After spending the day at the reserve we had a 2 hr drive to the hotel in Hongzhu. The roads were an adventure in themselves. Once at the hotel we checked into our rooms and went down for dinner. They are not as used to westerners as in the big cities. They do not speak English. The rooms were ok but not like the lavish Peninsula Beijing or the Shangri - La. The bed is literally as hard as a rock but I thought it felt good on my back. I am not complaining it has ...
... didn't book an organized tour but rather figured our way there by public buses (thanks to google maps, a local sim card and Hazel's language skills it wasn't that complicated). The center was an absolute highlight. It was great fun to watch the pandas eating (and man, they eat a lot of bamboo – but then no wonder as apparently bamboo is high in fiber but low in nutrition) and playing around. As you can imagine especially the ...
... party at are hostel. It was fun and brought every1 together. We also a competition for the best dumpling which i brought home for the team winning a cocktail of my choice. From there lets just say it got messy. My first night on the sauce since traveling and got steamboats. Met a few folk then Javaid and I went to get some famous rice wine. Didn't taste that great but at 56% and 4.50yuan(40 half pence) a bottle who cares. A few ...
... the area. It was like a modern outdoor shopping mall/market area. It felt newly build in an old style.
The final day in Chengdu was the day we had all been waiting for. Panda day!! This is why I wanted to come to China. When I was 5 I went to the Toronto Zoo and they had pandas that we lined up hours to view. Last year my friend Marj came to China and was able to hold a baby panda. I knew I wanted to do that. Money was no object ...
... hence why we try and do it ourselves... Save the pennies. But after seeing the queue that one of them would have to stand in to get the tickets, I'm not surprised. I'd probably charge double the ticket fare.
So train tickets bought, we jumped on the tube (after having to go over the death floor again, luckily coming out alive at the other end) and it was pretty easy to use, plus finally saw some English signs. We hopped off at Tianfu square and luckily it had ...