Kempinski Hotel Chengdu
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... manger, on aime les regarder dormir, on aime les regarder jouer, on aime les regarder s'assoire, marcher, tourner leur tête, se gratter le derrière. Et puis, il y a les pandas roux, qui ressemble plus à un raton-laveur mélanger avec un renard, mais avec un air encore plus inoffensif et adorable. Tout ça dans un apaisant décor de bambous. Noir et blanc sur vert, c'est pas mal beau!
Demain, direction parc national de Jiuzhaigou.
... theme song on her piano until dinner was ready. Her mom made sooooo much food, and it was amazing!!! There were four dishes. The first dish was celery and peanuts in an amazing tangy and slightly spicy sauce. The second dish was spicy tofu, the third was cauliflower, and the last dish was a soup made of egg and tomato. I ate quite a bit and then Christina and I went to the park. Young men were break dancing, older men were practicing Kung Fu moves, and the ...
... turns out has of the best vegetarian restaurants (though I’ll bore you with that in a separate blog).After a night in a swanky hotel room that cost a quarter of the price of the one in Hong Kong, though it was at least four times the size, we flew out early to Chengdu. Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan, a province in the Southwest of China known for its flavoursome spicy food and its pandas. When we heard it was also home to the world’s largest ...
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