You Dian Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they are not interested in our history, it is too young. They want to go to the cities, New York, L.A., or San Francisco to shop.
On returning to Chengdu, Henry had spotted a sign for a restaurant on the highway. We made a quick U-turn and went down a dirt road into a farm. At the end of the road was a restaurant. We were the only ones there, but they would serve us lunch. We decided to eat outside in the garden area. ...
... then 7
dishes of vegetables to cook. WOW. We enjoyed the experience and ate
At home there was no water at their appartment - something to do
with the construction going on in the street.
Next morning early Milk drove us 50 minutes to the Panda Base. Cold
and drizzly but the pandas more than compensated. Yes a controlled
park, but we saw many many ...
... me to let him know when I was going to throw up so he could get it on film, and I couldn't help but give him a weak smile. What a silly guy. After I got back on the bus, within 5 minutes I started throwing up in the bag. I apologized to everyone on the bus, but everyone was very nice and simply complimented me on my aiming skills. The guy from Australia said, "Good job!!! You got it all in the bag!!! Way to go!!" I threw up again towards the end of the ride, so I ...
... showed us where to go to get the best view that by this stage was so thickly shrouded in cloud, it becamse impossible to identify at all. Despite this, we hung around for a good hour or so, taking in the people and quite enjoying the eery atmosphere the mist was providing.
A quick bite at an overpriced and bland restaurant near the top and we started to head down just as the rain began. A far quicker walk down then up soon found us back at the bus park where ...
... is big enough to honor the 'great' Mao Zedong era and his numerous achievements...
Mao Zedong (1893-1976)
Mao, also known as Mao Tse-tung, was a Chinese Communist revolutionary and the founding father of the People's Republic of China which he governed as Chairman of the Communist Party from its establishment in 1949 until his death. Other achievements include the 'Great Leap Forward' reform ...