Kempinski Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... win, simply for being open. After eating LOTS yesterday, we walked round the monastery complex. In the biggest temple there was a service starting. People, mostly with a brown robe covering their everyday clothes, were walking, slowly, in time with the repetitive chanting, up and down rows of cushions. It was very easy to pick up the chant. After a while it changed to a more up beat tune, with a bit more to it. Then they all stopped and found ...
... 10 of these have a larger population than England. With just over 80 million inhabitants, Sichuan is the fourth biggest and as diverse as they come. You could spend months traveling around just Sichuan although it is prone to big earthquakes and having taught about one from 2008 which killed about 70,000 people, I don't want to spend too long here. There was also one in April of this year that killed 200 people.
... Street for a while we headed over to 'People's Park' where I'd heard that between 2:30 and 4:30 people go to practice Thai Chi and other activities. My word what a treat we were in for! The first surprise was a nice little amusement park, it was clearly made for children but it still had Grant clapping with excitement at each ride. One sad thing was the goldfish shops, other than letting children net their own fish from a paddling pool, they ...
... here that I knew were 50m-100m high in miniture. These trees were also placed in miniture landscapes and growing on small rock ledges simulating a landscape where you have trees growing on a mountainside.
From the temple managed to find a bus back to the hostel and called it a day.
Day 3 - River Viewing Pavilion Park, Chinese Opera
Headed back to the hostel to look at booking the trip. The guys had found another person who was interested but in ...
... 50% off full admission. Feel like I am target for being ripped off as a tourist at this point. The site was very picturesque, green with overhanging trees, huge butterflies and rocky enough to feel like you’re up a mountain. The only problem was the humidity – I don’t think I’ve ever sweated so much!! It was relentless, though I was not the only one suffering, turns out Louise is also a sweater! For the two of us, it was an ...