City Inn (Chengdu Kuanzhai Alley)

Address: No.75 Jinhe Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610015, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Qingyang District area of Chengdu, is near Mount Qincheng, Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Du Fu Cottage, and Wuhou Memorial Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu

Chengdu - the home of the panda

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on Apr 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... on his head! These antics were highly amusing for the adoring public on the other side of the glass!

Amy had us in stitches telling us about the story that two tourists had shared with her around buying Panda Poo Poo Tea on the internet. I am yet to check it out but apparently the droppings of the panda are collected and sold at some exorbitant price per gram and then brewed as a tea. Um, no thanks from me!

One of the pens featured a mother and ...

Neurotoxin secreted from toxic creatures

A travel blog entry by biomichael825 on Sep 01, 2012


Also known as nerve poison. Toxic or destructive of the nerve tissue of endotoxin, allows peripheral nerve myelin, the brain and spinal cord and other organizations to produce fatty change. Mostly naturally occurring animal toxins such as snake venom, scorpion venom, bee venom, plant toxins, marine toxins, microbial toxins contain neurotoxins. The neurotoxin can ...

Chengdu - Panda City

A travel blog entry by studt.family on Jul 22, 2011

1 comment, 62 photos

... pictures of themselves with our kids.

I drag everybody into a large department store to explore. After checking out the toy section, we find the café, sit down and enjoy hot, fruit teas, a fancy-looking cake slice and a layered pudding parfait. Quite wonderful. Every time I pour a cup of tea from my glass teapot, a wait person ...

H-O-T hot peppers and the road to fortune

A travel blog entry by olindy3 on Jul 11, 2011

10 photos

... my ear) and spicy cuisine. Kung-Pao chicken is a good example. I was brave enough to try various Sichuan dishes and to my surprise they were quite flavorful and tasty. Sichuanese refer to the spiciness as a "numbing flavor." Translation: HOT AS HELL. Strangely enough, I did find the "numbing flavor" quite soothing in a way, though I immediately broke into a sweat and my nose and eyes watered profusely after biting in to a Sichuanese peppercorn. Too much of this might not be ...

Hanging out with Pandas in Chengdu!

A travel blog entry by jamesandjodi on Mar 04, 2011

2 comments, 28 photos

... Pot. The hot pot was very different from anything else we have tried in China, as we had to cook the food ourselves in a huge pan of boiling water, oil and spices which was set on a bunsen burner in the middle of the table. The food was really tasty, however it was the most spicy thing either of us had ever eaten, despite us asking for the sauce to be mild!

On our second day in Chengdu, we were all up extra early to go to ...