Sai Jia Comfort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Chen's favorite hotel.
He has been so great. I can't say this enough. What a month.
What a morning today, April first. This man was across from the hotel working on a ramp going up to the elevated highway. He was wearing a heavy orange coat. Maybe a jacket like firemen wear in the states. Heavy pants too.
This guy was working so hard. He had a towel or some kind of large rag he was using to clean dust off the two steel railings along the highway. ...
... two nursery areas, so walked to the nearest one - of course it wasn't there!!!! The other area was at the top of the hill, so we began climbing - how many times in your lifetime will you see a baby panda (or a grown up one for that matter!!)? Luckily we bumped into Fred on his way down and he said to not bother walking around the building but to go straight into it. We did this and joined the queue. Oh my goodness!! In ...
... s) largest Mao statue, as well as our restaurant. Master Kong Chef's Table is known for their beef noodles, & Kelly & I each got a variety of the Sichuan bowl. It was very tasty with lots of good flavor, but for being a "spicy" dish, in a city known for its insanely spicy food, I was let down. We didn't finish "lunch" until 4:15, so we just went back & hung out out the hostel. Kelly snacked on some Kung Pao Chicken from the hostel for ...
... a panda. Once we reach the front of the line, we find that we need cash, in the local currency the Yuan, to pay for the 10-minute session. Prior experience on our trip has taught us not to walk around with lots of cash. Further, we didn’t know we would need cash for this. The nearest ATM, we’re told, is a 30-minute cab ride back ...
... part. They even have red pandas, which are something unique to the Sichuan province of China. They look like a cross between a panda, raccoon, and fox. They were more camera friendly and I got some good pictures of them! For dinner we ate Chinese food at a restaurant in our hotel. The food was very good, but really spicy! I am determined to be a professional chop stick user by the end of this trip, ...