Philharmonic Hotel of SCCM
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to pat a panda and have an experience like with the Koalas back in Australia. He told me they do have a similar experience but it requires a donation to the well-being of the pandas and assist with the research to help them out of the endangered list. I told him the panda experience was very important to me so he showed me where to go for this once in a lifetime opportunity.
If you are keen to pat a panda and have the experience, you need to ...
... use toilet paper. Good thing we bought tissues and good thing I don't drink a lot of water when we are out so I can avoid public restrooms! :) 7) Florida drivers are bad.....drivers in China.....I have no words..... 8) I have seen a lot of dogs wandering around. Most appear to be malnourished and probably homeless. 9) Florida is hot and humid....Chengdu's heat and humidity....I have no words.... 10) I have always liked Chinese food...however now I realize ...
Today we visit the Panda center near chengdu. About 80 Pandas live there, app. a fourth of all Pandas alive. They eat special bamboo. This has low nutrition effect so they have to eat all the day. Next to that they sleep. And play with mom since daddy is not at all taking care of the ...
... for Thanksgiving since no one was responding. It became a joke that no one responded and updated the file because it was the "Exile File" and they didn't want to be exiled from China. I spelt "Exile File" instead of "Exil File." ; ) Silly me!
Anyways, I think people sensed my nervousness of not having enough food for Thanksgiving because our Thanksgiving ended up having WAY too much food! So much food that ...
We wake up at 530 for sunrise. It's hard to see through the trees, but it’s beautiful all the same. Only Sarah and I, two other tourists who’ve spent the night, and a handful of staff are around. We walk all over the grounds taking sunrise photos and absorbing the peace. We go back to the room and fall back asleep for a bit.
When we wake up again—around 730-8 the place has completely changed. It is now all hustle and ...