Zenec International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... we were back at our hostel, on a bit of panda high, they were so great to see. In the afternoon we visited the Sichuan (the region that Chengdu is the capital of) museum, walk through an antique market on the way. The museum had some good exhibits, I enjoyed the one in the different traditional outfits and daily life of the ethnic people. There was also an exhibit on Tibetan Buddhism which made me really want to go to Tibet (Chengdu isn't too far from Tibet and ...
... cable car to be repaired as it had been broken in the bad weather the night before. We made our way across the mountains and walked down onto the ice to explore around the glacier. It’s a dirty colour so looks like rock at the base – but once up close, you can see its solid ice.
At the glacier is an ice waterfall 1000m wide and 1000m tall! We couldn’t see the whole things as he fog was too thick. We were lucky ...
... around my head for the first time on this trip. I don't consider myself 'a bandana type of person' and it didnt help when Amanda said I looked like one of the backstreet boys, but it was a case of whatever worked, and it stopped the sweat raining down my face.
It took nearly an hour to reach the end of the zig-zag queue, then we got to the cliff stairway itself and it soon became apparent why there was a delay. Halfway down the cliff the staircase became a total ...
... that meant through scanners. they found my knife in my bag and would not let me in the metro. I expected the knife to be taken from me so it was no real surprise. I was talking to them about 'How can i get it home?' when this other man came and asked if he could help. I explained about the knife and he said he would post it for me. I didnt tell him I had already tried and I gave it to him (It might as well have gone to him. It had to be given to ...
... t until 10pm so we spent the day at a local Buddhist monastery where we drank copious amounts of green tea and wandered through the beautiful gardens and temples. Later in the evening we headed down to the train station and caught our train to Xián. The crowds at the station where incredible and at one point we were nearly crushed to death by a stampede of over 400 Chinese people trying to squeeze their way through a (closed) ticket counter. I do love the audacity of some Chinese ...