Yinhe Dynasty Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and it did not disappoint. A Sichuan hotpot was probably the highlight. A huge vat of spiced soup is placed into a sunken table and brought to simmer, then you place assorted bits of meat, vegetables and 'no idea what that is' to cook and marinade. The intensely fiery chillies in sichuanese food are cleverly offset but an equally pungent pepper which has an unusual numbing effect on your tongue, in turn allowing you to manage yet more chilli. Jokes about a lack of ...
... There were lots of places to eat and drink, some with entertainment and others just tea shops. there were lots of artist's shops selling lots of works that they have created. The cheap shops were the ones right at the end on the outside streets. There were also lots of places that they have set up where you can take photos.The variety of foods available were different from Luoyang and nothing looked really familiar to me. Su was quite taken with the turtle broth that was ...
... of elderly men sitting on the edges of the planters playing Chinese Chess. I thought I was in a movie when I witnessed this. It is exactly what you see in many movies where there are old men sitting at the park benches playing chess or checkers. When I am an elderly man I desperately hope that I am playing chess at a park bench with my elderly companions.
After the people's park we went to Broad Narrow Alley, a very tradition street of Chengdu. The street was remodeled ...
... Buddha would calm the turbulent waters that plagued the shipping vessels travelling down the river. When funding for the project was threatened, he is said to have gouged out his own eyes to show his piety and sincerity. After his death, however, the construction was stuck due to insufficient funding. About 70 years later, a governor decided to sponsor the project and the construction was completed by Haitong's disciples in 803. Apparently the ...
... feet alone were huge - 100 people can stand on them and his head is 15 metres high alone. The walk back up took us through the caves and the cliff edge path and then we visited a pagoda back at the top. We would have liked to have seen the Buddha from the boat on the river but we didn't have time. That is one of the drawbacks of being on a group tour that often the timings of things don't always fit with how you would do things yourself. Generally ...