Chengdu Pearl International Hotel
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... flop at. The only hotels that are guaranteed to take you are the 50-60 dollar a night joints that I ain't prepared to fork out the dough for. He found places, above restaurants, truck stops, shops etc, that cost between 2-5 dollars, which in my infinite frugality I was extremely pleased with. He kept pace with me, he was always an enthusiastic son of a *****, even when I was at my dourest and he more or less let me decide where and when to stop, fulling my deep seated need ...
... We decided we would certainly think twice about taking unlicensed cabs in any out-of-the-way places in future!
After an 88-km journey the bus arrived at Zhangzha town where we took a cab to our hotel a short distance away.
We checked into our superior double room at the New Jiuzhai Hotel which called itself a 5-star hotel and charged us a whopping RMB 1158 per night, very high by ...
Our first train journey from Shanghai to Chengdu, booked with no hassle by the hostel manager! Unfortunately booked a day later than expected and no rooms available we spent an uncomfortable night on a massage chair in the reception area; pestered all night by drunkern swedes! Fortunately we were looking forward to sleeping on the train on our '11hour' journey to Chengdu.
Getting the advice from fellow hostelers, ...
... chess and other games in the park. There are also a great number of tea houses spread all through the park, with people drinking tea while they play games; a pretty relaxing place to hang out. I walked further south to the famous Wuhou Temple and old restored shopping streets, then back to the hostel by public bus. My preliminary impression of Chengu did not change; ...
... not quite like anything I expected…
Although it was a communist country and the internet was heavily censored and there was no protesting etc, all the people just got on with life and kept quiet about any discontent they may have had. Family and friends are very important to the Chinese and like a lot of the South Eastern Asian countries the people are very social and all eat together and share food. They are also very hard ...