Yinhe Dynasty Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... to anyone who goes to Chengdu is to not miss this. It had acrobatics, opera, dancing, fire spitting, a clown, and face changing with spectacular lighting effects using laser lights. Only a small amount if Chinese singing which was very good. Much better than the karaoke we had heard previously. The show ended just after nine and we caught the bus back to near our hotel and walked the rest of the way. This was probably the best day of the tour so ...
... and succeeding). I was impressed with the layout and quality of the panda reserve, it made for a really nice experience. Later, at one of the red panda exhibits there was a red panda about 50 feet away eating some food. It spotted the waiguoren and came over to us. There was about a 4 foot wall between us and the small red panda. It sat on its hind legs and looked up at us with its wide glassy eyes and we all wanted to jump in there and give it a big waiguoren hug. After ...
... accepted the invitation to help play games with local kids from a peculiar English lad who I had taken an intense dislike to. Serena was as keen as I to celebrate Halloween in the hostel, so the two of us agreed to escape the place and venture back to where I had met Yang Ying two nights previously.
The same bar which had been busy the last time I was there was now completely dead. Serena and I were the only customers. Although around twenty dressed ...
I managed to spend three very relaxing days in Chengdu with Justin, wasted the time away competing in cards and table tennis (needless to say I am much better at cards than table tennis - ( I was however not too bad at the table tennis thing), eating plenty of western food and indulging in some red wine at Sims Cozy Garden Inn... What a place to stay, so so hard to leave indeed...actually very heard ...
... and allowed for the proper diversion of water from the river. This irrigation system was also at the epicenter of the 6.8 earthquake that hit this area just a year ago. This town was almost leveled by the quake so the rubble and reconstruction effort is everywhere. This was about 30 min drive from Chengdu. Since the city of Chengdu is on a plain and the ground here is soft, it absorbed more of the shaking and therefore it did not suffer from much damage. The latitude of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility