Philharmonic Hotel of SCCM
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... I had never heard of any of them in the car market, one exception being MG who really has some neat products. Their booth was packed with Asians and they had European models on display (plus the European cars of course). I talked with one of them when they were on break, she was from Poland. The other that I knew of but I was shocked to see them in the car business is KTM. It's probably just that I've been living under and automotive rock for ...
... How precise the were 3000 years ago would be near impossible for anybody to do by hand today. The pieces look like they were laser cut. This was such a unique museum, and definitely worth the visit!
Well...that wraps up the most exciting day so far. Tomorrow we are off to the oldest irrigation system in China, as well as climbing the mountain on which Taoism was founded.
C & J
... had packed in her job and is travelling indefinitely! There was also a couple from NZ and SA, another couple and daughter from Utah, a couple from Yorkshire (travelling for the past 3.5 years around Asia) and a couple from Belgium.
I went by taxi, early in the morning to the Panda Breeding Centre, (on the advice of a couple who had worked as volunteers at the Panda Base), before all the coach tours arrived - an excellent tip. ...
... They couldn’t wait for their morning treat of some freshly chopped apples, which allowed us to see them up close and personal. Next, we ventured off to Wide and Narrow Alley. This street has become more famous since the remodel a few years ago. It has the classic architecture of old China but is also a modern shopping area. We enjoyed some street food and found some interesting items to purchase. We were pooped from the ...
... queue, we passed through security and boarded the plane. We had decided to catch a plane to Chengdu as it worked out to be not much more expensive than the train but hugely quicker. From Chengdu airport we did a bus/taxi combo to our new hostel. It was slightly cheaper here so we decided to splash out on a double room as a treat. As it was now late afternoon we did some much needed washing and then went out for dinner. Again we consuilted the Lonely Planet for ...