Yun Long Hotel
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... don't have a rose garden.
For our afternoon, Bronagh and I have an ambition chosen- to visit the tomb of Wang Jian. The description in the guide book paints this as a must see. Featuring the only mausoleum in China with a tomb chamber above ground level, "slightly creepy vault" (spooky!), actual emperor of the Shu kingdom (ruled the area between 10th century collapse of Tang and rise of Song), carvings of musicians, statue thought ...
... the top, the third jaw-dropping view came into sight, the sheer volume of people! A huge swarm greeted us, groups of Chinese with guides armed with megaphones, others walking with accompanying music, mobile phones at full volume.....we couldn't get away quick enough!
We headed directly to the west side of Huangshan, the West Sea Canyon; as we walked the heavens opened, thunder reverberated through the canyon, and then I said perhaps the ...
... hostel room. Reception would keep our packs for the day and gave us bus info on how to get to the Panda Breeding Sanctuary.
We hopped onto the Number One bus which took us out into the Chengdu suburbs to a bus station, and after a lot of wandering, pointing and finally being lead to the right spot by a very helpful local, we jumped onto the Number Eighty Seven bus (a bone shaker, identical to the Number Thirteen bus in Leshan). ...
- On March 14 Brett turned 21! Unfortunately it was a school day and we happened to have a finance test looming over us, so he did not get his "21 Run." Instead we bought him a cake from a Chines bakery just outside of East Gate. Now if you have not had a Chinese cake then you are missing out. Cake will never be the same in the US again. Here they make the cake with real frosting that is so thick and delicious instead of the light ...
... Sabrina's is our oasis of imported foods in a desert with no resemblance to an American supermarket. We load up on necessities like Frito's, cheese, brownie mix and other assorted just can't do without foods. We have had enough and head for the toll road, gasoline and the 3+ hour trip back to Zigong. It has been a whirlwind tour and we are glad we did it, but we will be better mapped-out and prepared on our next sojourn to Chengdu.