Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Jinxianqiao
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... been on board the plane, because the air pressure here in Chengdu is much higher than in Lhasa. Observations: - many times there is a police car with blinking lights next to the road. They turn out to be empty and parked permanently. The blinking lights run off a small solar panel. - in 2008 one morning, many Tibetans from the country side appeared carrying stones. They started attackinging the Han Chinese. A group of Han girls owned a fashion store ...
This morning, we woke up at our hotel in Chengdu and went down to breakfast. The breakfast room was full of Chinese tourists. We were the only foreigners in the whole hotel, I swear. Breakfast in China consists of dumplings, fried foods, hot meats and vegetables. I just grabbed a roll and called it good. Was not really up for dinner at breakfast. We met up with our guide, Summer, in the lobby to head out in her old ...
... met an Australian couple who are really big travelers so it was good to talk to them. The Giant Buddha park is really beautiful with carvings all around the sides of the mountain and caves with carvings inside too. We then hiked up what seemed like an endless amount of stairs again to see the Giant Buddha. It is 71 meters tall and a shoulder span of 28 meters. We walked down very narrow stairs to get to the base of the Buddha then back up to the top to ...
... que 19 ans, ayant fini le lycée à 16 ans, et était sur le point d’avoir son 'degree’, malin le gars.
En plus d’être une ville agréable, Chengdu est célèbre pour ses pandas, notamment sa base de recherche sur leur reproduction, où ils ont une cinquantaine de pandas géants, les noirs et blancs les plus connus (comme Po dans Kung fu Panda), et des pandas roux (comme Shifu dans Kung fu Panda). Etant donné qu’il reste moins de 1000 pandas ...
... the point of this place other than dragging along a species that should be extinct ("what a horrible thing to say" they cry). The Panda species is 8 million years old when 'an average' species lasts 5 million years. But here is a place devoted to pairing up Pandas and dragging them back from the verge. If Daddy Panda isn't sociable enough to chat up Mummy Panda then don't worry, the humans will step in and help out and provide a perfect environment for introductions to ...