Sofitel Chengdu Taihe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... Like many other markets that we have been to this one had rows and rows of people selling all sorts of things from tanks of fresh (and live) fish to spice vendors with barrels full of all kinds of powders and mixes to be used and of course beautiful looking produce seeming to overflow from the tables. Both upstairs and on the main level there were all sorts of things being offered and even though I’m sure we weren’t there during the busiest time of ...
... were we booked a last minute flight to the jiuzhaigou airport. We are glad we did as the decent into the jiuzhaigou valley was stunning. The first snow capped mountain peaks we have seen since Iceland. The Chinese man ahead of us said it perfect walked down the tunnel with arms raises and a giant smile. " ahhhhh beautiful"
I think we will enjoy ourselves here as it already feels like home.
... sat back I noticed that due to Dan’s deficiencies with chopsticks, he seemed to have splashed the red broth all over the right side of his face, and looked like an extra in ‘Casualty’. As he sat there grinning, not realising that he looked like id attacked him with a machete, the angel on my right shoulder said “Tell him, go on, you know he would tell you if you were in the same state” whilst ...
... get done in time (we had to leave for the airport at 6:00) would be if we took another golf cart ride. So we pay or fees, and hop aboard. The golf cart takes off on a loop around an oversized hill covered in trees and there is a booming audio recording full of useful information, I'm sure, in Chinese. About 10 minutes in we were all starting to wonder when we were going to reach the grave when we passed a man-made, very modern concrete patio/courtyard ...
... live up here too!) but five of the world's highest mountains were in view - all over 8000m. Including Mt Qomolangma or, to use it's second name, Everest (it also has a Nepalese name). The world's highest mountain (and still growing due to India and Asia rubbing against each other). Never ever did I think I'd see it with my own eyes.
From the pass it took an hour or so to traverse the long and winding road (built around the time of the ...