Jingyang Business Hotel
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... But it was fun to play in make-up, and my frightening expression and devil-like pink eyes scared Sam a little. He was nicer to me than usual. The overwhelming impression I got from the show was the musical style was shrill and high-pitched - both the instrumentals and the singing. It was altogether unique and like nothing I'd heard before. The humor transcended cultures, showing a beleaguered husband and critical wife skit, in which the wife forces him to carry a ...
... be lined it to the Teenagers feeding site. We were the only ones there as we watched five or six teenage Pandas have their breakfast. It was so cool. Coos and awes all over the place. I had such a hard time that I posted all of the best shots rather than trying to pick the best. Hope you enjoy them. Jamie kept saying "I've waited my whole life for this..."
Then as the crowd started arriving, we went to ...
Drove back to Chengdo and got back mid afternoon. First stop was the bar for chips and pizza!! We got a taxi from the bus depot back to the hostel, for the first time without fear of being murdered, ha. Also cost less than 2 pound for a journey that would have cost twenty at home.
We met a man in reception who had stayed on Emeishan itself (where we were planning on going next) so we adjusted our plans and packed for our next trip!
... to join the dumpling making party that would start a 6:30! Sure! Why not? The staff had quickly made us feel at home. They have a cozy common area with a small bar, TV/DVD, and pool table. Ping pong in the patio area. The kitchen serves a nice western breakfast and has a good variety of western and Chinese dishes. Our room was spotless, sheets clean and the hot water shower properly separated from the rest of the bath by glass doors. We ...
... B-E-A-U-T-Ful! What a restaurant. And the food, oh the food, yum. Our lazy Susan was filled with beef, vegetables, noodles, squid, and other delicacies. Not sure how much everything cost, but I am sure it was pricey.
With full stomaches and feeling somnolent, we rolled onto the van, napped on the way home and crawled into bed. The weekend was over, and what a fitting end it was to our first fantastic weekend in China. Clubbing, shopping and Pandas Oh My!