GreenTree Inn Chengdu Renmin Park Business Hotel
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First Taoist temple I have been to.
Officially the oldest and most extensive Taoist temple in Chengdu.
The 8 sided pagoda is built without bolts or pegs.
There was also a large park with many tea houses outside the temple,
The parks are very busy and popular here, it's almost like ...
Today was the most beautiful weather day we have had since we have been here. It was sunny, warm and breezy. We visited The Summer Palace and went to the Silk Street Market. The Summer Palace is amazing. It was an Imperial palace built in 1750. The area is mainly Longevity Hill which has many buildings and pavilions and Kunming Lake which covers 3/4 of the entire large area. The lake is man made. The soil that was dug out for the lake was used to ...
... is cloudy, smoggy, and rainy because that minimizes the risk of getting darker from the sun.
We were reminded this week that what is paradise for one could be the opposite for another (I guess that is why the Vancouver rain does not hinder the migration of Chinese). We hope you have found your paradise and be reminded that the grass is NOT greener on the other side – somebody just peed ...
... formed the boundary between dishes and blocked an escape route for the spicy sauce.
We were cooking and eating for two hours and the meal consisted of three dishes. Chef Lee would start from cooking by himself and then leaving the woks to us to repeat after him. The spices that included ginger, two types of garlic, red chilies, shallots, chicken stock and spring onions were presented in front of us. Sasha and Dasha learned the two stage method of cooking tofu. After cutting ...
... with tickets only, the ticket office was a whole other building. Not a far walk – but a deadly one. Not sure why the Chinese council (or whatever the equivalent is) decided to use the tiles they did, but they were so deadly. Si and I were slipping everywhere.. it was ridiculous. Felt like we were skating there. It was so bad that I took my flip flops off and braved bare foot – thought it would actually be safer for me to stand in who knows what than slip and brake ...