Xin Liang Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Spicy food is also a highlight of Sichuan/Chengdu - although we have been eating hot and spicy food throughout the trip. We arrived at the airport and met our guide Ivy.
From the Airport we headed to downtown Chengdu to Jingli Street. It is a winding street with shops, tea houses, and many outdoor food stalls. Denise was ...
... next to the town dump, which didn’t
leave us with high expectations about our accommodation, but it turned out to
be not too bad. Right before we went to bed, Joel and I heard a yelp coming
from the bathroom. We had assumed that Jason had fallen over on the slick
floor, but he had actually managed to electrocute himself. The lamp had fallen
off of the wall, which he caught and tried to put back up only to realize that
the lamp was attached ...
... if not heavier. Next was a small lunch of an eggplant and potato dish, congee for Jim (his preferred sick food required it to be reintroduced to the menu) and handmade steamed dumplings with rice vinegar. We had decided that we would get a hotel in Chengdu as it was halfway through the trip and it would be a nice treat. We made a reservation online as we cannot figure out for the life of us how the Chinese phone system works yet. We received a confirmation ...
... fresh-cooked noodles, and the BEST chicken drumsticks I have ever had. We also tried these strawberries that were coated in a sugary candied coating that were really, really delicious but I think they made me sick :( After my stomach recovers I may try them again to see if that was really the problem.
The only negative right now is the extreme amount of weight I've lost. Its kind of ironic since in high school I always wanted to be ...
... despite losing a dove up his sleeve – which should have been his party piece!
As part of the entertainment Tim and I both ended up on stage taking part in one of their so called ‘fun games’. Tim was dismal losing in the first round of the boy’s event; I however made it to the final in the girls’ category– essentially a Chinese version of musical chairs- losing narrowly to a German girl. Tim although ...