Yinhe Dynasty Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... turns out to be the most complicated supermarket in the world (everyone in the group has issues with the place!) but we eventually get sorted. We meet later that evening, jump on a bus and head uptown. We’re off to see a Chinese opera tonight – we’re not sure what to expect but decide to give it a try. The street the opera house is based on is beautiful, particularly when lit up at night. The building itself is in a private square next to a ...
... 120 - my embroided one was £12!!! After wondering round here we went for a wonder round a food market...but not your typical food market. This one specialised in live produce such as fish (quite normal), toads, eels and snakes - yuk! Then at the end was all the chilli in the world - we are in China's Sichuan province so naturally everything sets your mouth on fire if you're not selective! Next on our wonder we went into the People's Park; a stunning park ...
... to extract panda sperm from the male. It didn't seem like such a new technique to me. Of course the reason people go there is to see all the pandas, including some baby ones that were only a few months old and were climbing all over each other in the nursery, Very cute! I actually don't know if I'd ever seen a panda in real life before, so overall it was great, but now I think I've got my fill.
I had hoped to get out of the city ...
... rapid mask face changing are on the show. The costumes are very bright and beautiful to watch. However it was sang and spoken in Chinese so could not understand the story's but still it was interesting to watch. The next day I took a half day trip to the Giant Panda Breeding Research just 8km out of Chengdu. Unfortunatly it was raining and not many Pandas wanted to be outside, I dont blame them :-)
... same books as my students back in Virginia!
At the end of our lunch, all the girls in our group clamored to have their photo taken with Ryan, a Spanish teacher in our group because, according to them, he is “so handsome.” He handled it with admirable calm and composure.
After lunch, we heard from the Sichuan Provincial Women’s Federation. They detailed their efforts to help women and girls in the province. A large ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility