Yinhe Dynasty Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... escape the buses which would otherwise have prevented any exportation on foot: though a certain amount of intrepid fence climbing was required. Our route followed a stream through a deep rocky valley which connects various demarcated "scenic sites" at lakes at waterfalls where the buses stop to allow several hundred tourists to descend for a flurry of selfies before re-embarking for the next photo opportunity. We capped off our day with a Tibetan cookery course with one ...
... to be explored just in case there was something extra special there. And there was! I found the Ebony Forest, which was made up of stumps of trees that were somewhere between 3,000 -10,000 years old. They are carbonised and were buried. Not all trees could undergo this process but the ones with strong scents did. The camphor tree was one that was mentioned. They grew along the river and have been excavated from there.
The Jinsha Site was discovered in 2001 when ...
... 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 ...
... from elementary school on steroids. At least it was something to write on. As the start of the meeting neared, we had to move our chairs forward to make room for more rows in the back. I never would have imagined that there are so many foreigners here. Just from where I was sitting I figured out that the people nearby were from France, Japan, and Korea, as well as other Americans.
Before the test we had a meeting about the rules and regulations of ...
... spots of legend; mini Buddhas, dragon carvings and as I caught my first glimpse of the Grand Buddha I was not disappointed. It was as magnificent as it had been on TV and I stood in awe for a while. We started up by his head and then walked down to the feet. The path was steep and tight but once at the bottom to look back up at it was a superb sight! Unfortunately I am told by Oliver that the sun was all wrong for the photographs but you'll get the ...