Tianfu Sunshine Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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. …
... in Chengdu from Monday until the following Saturday.
Our flight finally arrived in Chengdu. It is warmer here---rainy, but warmer--it's about 45 degrees. We have heard that snow is coming---we think it is following us! Our hotel is very close to the primary school we will be visiting. After checking into the hotel we worked on the lessons that we will be presenting. Then we went to ...
... that had gone across the whole road. A digger was in the road clearing it all away but this was going to take hours. So we picked up our bikes and tip-toed through the mud. The countryside on this part of the journey was very different to the rest. Here were rice fields and the farm land was very very rich and green. We saw the whole rice growing process from the flooding of the fields, to the harvesting, to the drying out ...