Wu Liang Ye Grand Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... us some of the nearby highlights, such as Chengdu's oldest Post Office and YMCA building. It turned out that it was just us on the waking tour with one of the hostel workers and two interns who had just started working at the hostel. They took us to a famous food street were we tried chicken feet (strange thing to eat, just ski and bone, I don't get why Chinese love it some much), some sort of bone and fat dish that actually didn't taste too bad, a sort of ...
... clothing. Kristen did it last time she was here and said it was so much fun. Her pictures turned out amazing. She is getting it done again...this time without braces! :) It will be a late night as the entire shoot takes about 7 hours I believe and we won't get back until 1:00 am. We are going with our new friends Chris and Jeremy! So it should be great ...
... I had to admit that I am a total nerd about the Han Dynasty era, from about AD 26 - AD220. The reason for this? Well I obsessively played a video game on the playstation called Dynasty Warriors, which is set during this era. The later period of the Han Dynasty became known as the Three Kingdoms period, where 3 rival lords fought for control of the Han. A classic work of Chinese literature was written many centuries later called 'The Romance of the Three Kingdoms' and this told ...
... and realised the hostel I had picked was really close. The road I wanted was 2 minutes walk. Great!! I did however walk the wring way down the road to be rescued by a young man (I decided if he started anything dodgy I could take him! He was only small and a little weedy) who helped me find it. Why he was walking around at 3.30am, I still do not know but I was grateful for his help.
I walked in the hostel to find the guard/receptionist sleep. I ...
... is almost impossible to believe that if my own nieces and nephews where ever to come to China in the future, these pandas might not exist anymore. When you see them with your own eyes it is a hard fact to stomach.
During our morning at the centre we got to see about 20 Giant Pandas ranging in age from about one year to ten. We also got the chance to see some Red Pandas and listen to a very funny (and annoying) Chinese woman decide that she could talk to the Red Pandas ...