Xiongxiu HNA Express Hotel Emei
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... thinking it left at 5:30 because the only time on the ticket was 5:30 but I asked a security guard just in case and had her point Any recommendations for hot pot locations? We want to go tomorrow night at 4:30Any recommendations for hot pot locations? We want to go tomorrow night with a 5:30 arrival! We fended off the hostel and hotel hawkers waiting by the bus station to sell us various goods and found the Teddy bear hostel, a silly place with "warm tips" on the wall about showering ...
... from the Teddy bear hostel then headed to the train station. For some reason they all gave us different directions but it turned out to only be 2 stops away. Unlike the train station in Shanghai they did not have an entire shopping mall with lots of food choices, just a convenience store and small gift shop and 1 platform with 2 sides. Once we rechecked in to our hostel we went across the street for dinner. They had a translated menu but it was ...
The town of Leshan, an hour's bullet train south of Chengdu, is home to the largest carved stone Buddha in the world and is a popular day trip from the Sichuan capital. We decided to combine two travel days and kept going to Leshan after our bullet train from Chongqing to Chengdu. The Buddha, constructed around the 8th century AD, was hewn out of the cliff face as an offering to attempt to calm ...
... way up the mountain.
We had to make up for our laziness on Day 1, so we stumbled out of the guest house into the 4:30am darkness to continue our trek to the top of the mountain. Armed with flashlights for the first hour until sunrise, we began what would be a very long day of hiking. We reached the top of the mountain just before noon. Among other things, Emeishan is famous for the 'sea of clouds' that you are supposed to ...
... it was early, we didn't think we'd be able to get all the way down by nightfall. We hadn't planned to spend three days on the mountain, but we were miles away from any sort of transportation, so we had to stay put.
This monastery, though very old and authentic, wasn't as peaceful as the one we'd stayed in the previous night. It was filled with tourists, albeit older tourists, and the wooden walls were about as thin as plywood. Sam and ...