Tianfu Sunshine Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTianfu Sunshine Hotel Chengdu
the people are nice, but hard to order a pot of coffee - this seems to be unheared of.
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In the early afternoon, Sophie our Naxi guide, welcomed us to Lijiang and during the half an hour journey to our quaint hotel especially selected so that it would have some of the characteristics of the Old Town, told us about growing up around Lijiang and what family life entailed. Sophie grew up on a farm, 2 hours from Lijiang in Yunnan Province …
The journey to Chengdu, was like the 'slow boat to China'. Delayed in Xian, on the tarmac, for nearly two hours, stewards attempted to pacify the itinerants with dried peas and soda, along with the usual comic in the crowd. However, hovering over Chengdu for ½ an hour was stretching the friendship. Our new guide in Chengdu, Ella, was able to lift …
Before Chongqing we visited the Ghost City of Fengdu which was pretty much for tourists. Only interesting bit being the Red Guards having destroyed various temples which have since been rebuilt. However, that is relevant in itself. Hot as hell and we had a lot of walking to do up hill. A Chinese girl attached herself to us to practise her English. …
... was creeping in and for future use in the chilly beijing. We walked round for along time to no provail. Catrching a bus back to the hostel we played some cards with a few beers to end the night.
The next day we woke early to catch a bus out to the panda research station. The centre was really cool and we got to see some of 3 and 6 month pandas in the nursery. adolesents in the climbing area. We thought we'd seen them all when we saw on the map in the far corner of the ...
... to get a helpful shop worker to write down the name of the north railway station and could walk back from there but was bricking it for a minute as not many taxis speak english.. It was great fun watching the pandas.. I feel the red ones aren't as liked as much as i was alone watching them, my g/f thinks they look like teddy bears. i spent ages just staring into the eyes of the big black and white adults trying to imagine ...