Philharmonic Hotel of SCCM
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dirty place so the country itself would not be rated so highly. Liam was certainly WOWED in China with many awesome experiences which he still feels excited about from the Great Wall, seeing the Giant pandas and a VERY very small new baby panda as well as the terracotta warriors! However, whilst in China he found himself trying to resist snapping at people as he realised different cultures are..... 'Different'. China has the biggest population in the world so he can't ...
... Starbucks! It was so nice to sit and chill with a slice of cheesecake and a frappucino and just relax. We had such a laugh looking through photos and reliving our last couple of days that we got funny looks from those sitting around us, but we enjoyed ourselves!
We eventually made our way to the train station, going back to the hotel to collect our bags and then hopping back on the metro. We were pretty perfect for tim, as we had a couple of minutes waiting before ...
... and 'dancing street', two equally horrific and tacky roads lined with what can only be described as holes. We hurried past these with disgust on our faces and found a nice little bar near the river, though sadly the beers cost five times the cost as in our hostel, and after having a budget check we decided one beer was enough. Thankfully by the time we got back to the hostel they had cleaned our room which is actually quite nice, they even had a crazy power shower. We had food ...
... managed to find a tea house next to the temple. Lots of people drinking tea, chatting and playing some game or other. Seems that Chengdu has a lot of tea houses around the place and the thing to do is to just hang out and while away the day.
Took a short break here and ate my dumplings while watching the people below me. Once again wandered around the temple again through a few more buildings before making my way into the park next door which had lots and lots ...
... 50% off full admission. Feel like I am target for being ripped off as a tourist at this point. The site was very picturesque, green with overhanging trees, huge butterflies and rocky enough to feel like you’re up a mountain. The only problem was the humidity – I don’t think I’ve ever sweated so much!! It was relentless, though I was not the only one suffering, turns out Louise is also a sweater! For the two of us, it was an ...