Rongcheng Yingxiang International Hotel
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... br> I didn't get much time to experience Chengdu for everything it has to offer in the old town, but enjoyed the few hours that I did walk around, take in the atmosphere, sip on a hot chocolate and laugh at the many tourists rummaging through the booths of panda souvenirs.
If you get to Chengdu, plan to stay a full day to enjoy the sights. This is the one criticism I had for G Adventures as I felt Chengdu was an ESSENTIAL, and we just didn't have enough time ...
Today we dedicated a day to exploring Chengdu fully as we hadn't really had a full day to do it so far! We decided to go to People's Park which we had heard a lot about from fellow travellers and the guide book! It's very strange in China because if there is a beautiful place like a national park etc then they make you pay to go in! Squeezing every last penny out of you, but the whole point of People's Park is that its for the people so ...
Life in China is so breath taking... You can tell by the expressions on our faces, we were overwhelmed to hold the giant, fluffy, slightly heavy, & very adorable panda in our laps. *How did the photo shoot go? Excellent! What a cherish able experience! *What happened basically? We picked out four outfits, had makeup/hair done differently with each, and posed as our photographers positioned us for beautiful/creative shoots! :D ...
... like part of China, so it sets a nice atmosphere for Buddha viewing. We were the only white people there -- surprising.
Now we are back in Chengdu, it is cold, and I want to take a bath...someday. For lunch we feasted on a snack-giving of multiple types of oreos, tomato flavor potato sticks, "charming barbeque" flavored chips, etc. This is what we eat when there is no time/money for a real meal. So gross, but really so fun.
Now we are about to leave to go get some Xichuan ...
... teaches about the ethnic minority cultures of China in this university.
I met with her at about 4:30 PM, and although she couldn't necessarily tell me a great deal about the music, she did give me plenty of ideas on how to conduct my research as this trip progresses. She also promised to help me by sending me information on journal articles, books, websites, and CDs regarding the subject, especially since it is extremely difficult or nearly impossible for me to ...