GreenTree Inn Chengdu Renmin Park Business Hotel
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... are well publicised - such as their reliance on a diet of bamboo with terrible nutritional value (despite originally being meat eaters), poorly suited reproductive organs and a general lethargy. However the centre was quick to point out that pandas used to be widespread across China and South East Asia and humans have had a major role in their dwindling numbers.
After a few hours of walking around the beautiful park - where, credit to ...
On the way back to Chengdu, we stopped at a Silk and Medicine shop for group shopping.
Free time shopping at Chunxi (春熙路) Pedestrian Street
Attended another Face Changing show in Chengdu near Chunxi (春熙路) Pedestrian Street.
Stayed at Siji(成都四季 24247;城酒店) Kangcheng Hotel for the night.
... to find dinner. We had seen that there was a Thai restaurant opposite our hostel so we thought we would give it a try. We googled it and the only reviews that we could find were that the food is good but it is Thai food with Sichuan spicing so it is really hot. This was no exaggeration; mine was so hot it was almost inedible and gave me heart burn for 3 days, now that is hot!
Another city done and it was time to get back on the train, we headed ...
... interpreter. Here are some of the questions the guard asked me while she was there to interpret: How old are you? Do you have a boyfriend? Do you have a husband? How long have you been in China? How much longer are you going to be here? Are you a student or only a teacher? How much do you get paid?" After I told him how much I got paid, he pounded his fist and shook his head. He said that they aren't paying me well enough and that I could be making a lot more. I told him ...
... It's very dark and quiet, in contrast to the popular site. The warriors are much smaller, not life size, and are naked because they were originally clothed in costumes - also armless because the arms were made of wood, which decayed over time. The pits are also filled with pottery, small replicas of animals, and other artifacts. The glass floors allowed us to see everything up close, and one section is set up where you can walk along side the length of a pit to ...