Philharmonic Hotel of SCCM
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a kindly barman who tried to correct our rubbish Mandarin and get us on the way to ordering our beers in the right quantities.
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Started off our big day's sightseeing with the Wenshu temple. As with most of our experiences in Chengdu, there was an element of uncertainty about the whole operation and it was only half way through looking around we were actually sure we were at the right place. After the temple, ...
In Chengdu, I visited the panda research and breeding center. I came at the right time too because the pandas give birth in late summer/early fall. There were 11 baby pandas when I was there. The pandas are pretty neat. They mostly just scarf down a bunch of bamboo and then sleep all day. I got there for feeding time, so I got ...
... Found an internet cafe and spent most of the day in there. Got my train later, only a seat on a 13 hour journey to Chengdu overnight. Nightmare. Couldn't rest my head on anything so pretty much got no sleep at all. Some women brought rice sacks onto the train put them on the floor and slept under the seats! What a great idea. Arrived in Chengdu at 5:30am and went to the ticket hall to try and get a train ticket to Beijing for another ...
... which to wander. Like most park areas in china this was filled with people chatting, playing games or doing tai chi. Found one more large temple here in this garden along with some cool rock landscapes.
One such landscape was a rock in a pool where the rock had bits of green growing out of it and the pool had goldfish and lots of turtles swimming and sunning themselves. Even the odd frog could be seen. Reminded me of what I had seen in the countryside and could ...
... that teaches strategies for understanding words you haven’t seen before in texts. It is taught by my Chinese teacher from the summer program last year. I think he’s a really good teacher, so I think I’ll take the class for credit.
In the afternoon I went to check out the food market near our apartment with Kiana. It was extremely overwhelming, with two floors of fresh foods ranging from produce to fish to meat hanging from ...