Philharmonic Hotel of SCCM
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... a restaurant but we definitely enjoyed the personal touch of our first experience with Susan and her family in their home. Once we finished we headed just a couple minutes away to a very popular local spot where Winnie assured us we would get to see a side of Chengdu that most foreign tourists don’t know about or have time to explore. When we arrived at People’s Park it really didn’t look like anything special but as we followed Winnie inside the ...
... pandas. We approached first the juvenile panda enclosure. There sitting in the early morning light our first panda. Sitting munch on bamboo and lounging like only a panda can do. We watched as he stocked up in delicious bamboo for awhile before heading to another enclosure. This one had 5 pandas all sitting together in a "panda party" as Kim put it. They all piled together munching bamboo, and trying to hoard as much of it for ...
... They meet at a large square towered over by a huge statue of Chairman Mao. The bookstore was right down the /North/South road, but there were lots of things to see, so we bought our metro tickets and set off.
We arrived at the bookstore, it was a very nice bookstore / Restaurant / coffee shop where you could read and drink coffee or eat all day. There were literally thousands of second hand books to choose from, and ...
... he unified the country – unified the language, the currency, the measurement – provided a unification of the country. His reign only lasted 45 years, but provided a basis for the future. In 1360 BC he sent his general, and and the kingdom was conquered and became part of China. Sometimes unified and sometimes split especially during the period from 221-265 AD the Three Kingdom period.
Chairman Mao said ...
... Chinese couple on the bottom bunks in our cabin were OK with us sitting on their beds.
We also had no table so playing cards was, well, not on the cards (we tried to sit in the dining car but they kicked us out). And the lights were turned out at 10pm prompt (they even tell you off if your curtains aren't closed) so 10pm is bedtime unless you have a torch. And the Chinese are early risers so they get up at 7am, chatting loudly in the process (and the ...