Minshan Lhasa Grand Hotel

No.88 Xiaojiahe North Street, South Fourth Section of First Ring Road, Wuhou District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610041, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wuhou District area of Chengdu, is near Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, Wuhou Memorial Temple, and Qingyang Palace (Green Ram Temple).
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    Travel Blogs from Chengdu

    Spicing it up in Sichuan

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 20, 2014

    18 photos

    ... couln't understand anyway so we would smile and say one of the few words in Chinese that we knew...

    We imagine it translated something like this:

    Tour guide - "You stupid English! I said sit on table 4 not table 7. You are all the same, you never listen. How dare you come on my tour and increase my workload ever so slightly. I spit on you all. I hope you get lost in the national park and never come back. Die English *******s."

    Us - "Nihao, Xie ...

    Xian to Chengdu - Day 6

    A travel blog entry by sue_and_brian on May 23, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... very humid. The winters can be cold but with little snow. Many homes do not have central heating. Sichuan Province is famous for it's hot spicy food. Apparently the spice helps the locals deal with the cold in winter and the arthritis that goes with cold and humid. The population in Chengdu is 14 million. Not unlike Beijing and Xian, Chegdu's skyline is dotted with construction cranes. The airports in the three cities are much larger than required. The entire ...


    A travel blog entry by ggibsonsmith on Jun 27, 2012


    ... of England where you weigh and price your own fruit, they have several people who do that for you, and the same for freshly baked bread items. You can definitely see a work line in action.

    One thing that I read today about the Chinese language is why they almost lack any grammar. There is no conjugation, no changing verbs in any way, and often to ask a question you simply make a statement and add ma or how ma on the end! The reason ...

    Jiuzhaigou Day 6: The Trip Home

    A travel blog entry by aenthul on Oct 05, 2010

    1 photo

    ... so everyone had to use headlights. Apparently the new road will be done in a couple more months, and travel to the north part of Sichuan will be much easier.

    The long ride got tiresome well before lunch with its constant bouncing and bumping. Some people were able to sleep most of the time, but there was no way I could. They played bad movies that I couldn’t hear (thankfully, I think) on the screen at the front of the bus, all of ...

    Stairway to Huff'n

    A travel blog entry by philkoziol on Sep 29, 2010

    59 photos

    ... how much effort went into the climb so I will somewhat skip the lengthy rhetoric. Just appreciate that in total we walked up, and very occasionally down, steps for about 18 hours over 2 days. The hotels at the summit had not surprisingly hiked their prices for the holiday season and for 540 kwai (I have recently discovered the correct spelling) we could share in a double room with a shared bathroom, no more glamorous than a holiday inn along the M1. This didn’t appeal to ...