Kempinski Hotel Chengdu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... threatening as Liam rather authoritatively told the man to stop and settled it with the equivalent of £1!!! Luckily the taxi was waiting at the bottom of the mountain as promised much to Lucy's relief! From Beijing we got our first sleeper train to Xi-an, where we were in with a lovely tour group who we spent the evening with. After finding somewhere to leave our bags we were on the bus to see the Terracotta Army. Liam was pleasantly surprised as he wasn't as excited as ...
... Panda Base early, I don't think we realised how early! The bus left the hotel at 7:30, getting to the Panda Base before 8am - if we'd have done it ourselves it would have taken longer to get there as we'd have had to navigate Chengdu's public transport network! It was great as the pandas were having their breakfast and playing, and there wasn't too many people there. By the time we left at 11am, it was absolutely heaving and the pandas were asleep - which doesn't lead to ...
... of money to actually buy anything meant we moved on again pretty quickly! We headed back to the hostel for a beer and then back out again to the train station to pre book tickets for tomorrow's trip to Mount Qincheng as with it being the Chinese National holiday we knew they would be busy! On arrival the train station was packed out completely with each of the 36 tickets booths being filled with a least 30 people each waiting to buy. Unfortunately, after queuing ...
... Both a good and cheap meal.
In one shop saw some cool wood carvings and what looked to be just pieces of wood that had been polished up. Really liked the dragon dog which was about as tall as me but no way in hell of getting that home.
From here headed to the Wenshu temple which had some interesting statues and pagodo, along with buildings and artwork. Once again you basically have courtyard after courtyard with a building and shrine in between ...
... on the hike but still going to Leshan to see the Buddha). So we start to work on burning a disc, encounter some difficulties and it takes a little longer than expected. Travis had already gone back downstairs to work on his photography stuff and Linda was tucking herself into bed. Louise and I carried on with the photos. We didn’t think we were being that loud, maybe laughing and commenting under our breaths at the odd photo or two, but ...