Sai Jia Comfort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Chengdu to explore the city a bit before heading to the airport. Our “official” agenda was supposed to include a two hour drive out to a famous Chinese history museum but thankfully we were able to talk Winnie into switching things up a bit because both the drive and the museum didn’t exactly excite us, and we would much rather just experience the city. So our first stop on the new agenda was a market area in town that was particularly famous ...
... of the research centre the giant panda museum. The exhibits show how the panda has evolved over the years and is considered a living fossil.
The museum is interesting, the star of the show has to belong to the stunningly bad taxidermy of some of the animal in the displays. It was humorous yet kind of scary how a lot of the animals looked. There was also a once great, but now forgotten and neglected butterfly exhibit upstairs. I ...
... one very large eel and some red snapper, other than that I hadn’t a clue. Each stall seemed to be selling some form of turtles, which I kind of hoped were for pets, no such luck! As we watched, a stall holder fished one out of its tank, spun it onto its back and disembowelled it on the floor at our feet, using a sharp knife and then her hands to scoop out the insides “Jesus, she didn’t even flinch” ...
... Opera. (thats what you get for trying to fit in as much as possible on a tight schedule)
The opera was fun though, it consisted of several little acts, and was more like a cabaret or a show. There was a bit of weird chinese music, bit of dancing, some acrobatics, and finally the big finale; the face changing performance. It was actually quite impressive. The actors have these colorful masks on, and they change them so fast you can't help being ...
... for corporate community relations in the GMU. Had tea and drinks in the lobby of the very lovely and serene Sofitel Hotel on the river, then a short break, and back out in the evening with the IBM team. Went to China Lane (I think that is the name), a beautiful old section with dozens of shops, restaurants and tea houses. Many families, youth, etc out enjoying the evening. Had ...