GreenTree Inn Chengdu Renmin Park Business Hotel
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... she explained everything to us. Similar to our experience at our guide’s home we were served a variety of meats and veggies which we cooked in either the spicy or savory broth that boiled away in front of us. This time however because we were in the Sichuan province the spicy side had the added kick of the famous Sichuan peppercorns which actually make your mouth numb as you eat them!
The lunch was good, and it was fun to try out the experience of a hot ...
... Panda's but interesting to watch. Of course Glenn had to get a little goofy - check out my headgear.
After the Panda's we had lunch then we were off to Mt. Emei to see a Buddha Temple. On the way we stopped in Leshan to see the Giant Stone Buddha built into the rock.
... next to the town dump, which didn’t
leave us with high expectations about our accommodation, but it turned out to
be not too bad. Right before we went to bed, Joel and I heard a yelp coming
from the bathroom. We had assumed that Jason had fallen over on the slick
floor, but he had actually managed to electrocute himself. The lamp had fallen
off of the wall, which he caught and tried to put back up only to realize that
the lamp was attached ...
... to the hotel, this was paradise. Friendly staff, tour and travel booking, garden and patio in the center, bar and laundry!!! We checked in and then headed out for food. We found the Chinese version of wal-mart and picked up copious amounts of kleenex, some ramen noodles and Sugus. Sugus is kind of like starburst but better and Melanie is now addicted. We didn't have time for Pandas today so we booked a tour to the sischuan Chinese opera for the evening and then headed ...
... scheduled next week, and getting ourselves organized for the two weeks ahead. Earlier in the week we had visited the US Consulate, and subsequently received an invitation to a gathering at the Marine House - so for the evening we ventured out to parts unknown, ending up in a quiet residential area south of the river (I think it was called the garden district). Wandered a bit with David (our host) to find the place, and as such got to see some of ...