Sai Jia Comfort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Huanglong Valley (Yellow Dragon Valley). Named after the fact that from a distance the valley looks like a huge dragon snaking through the snow capped mountains. To us it looked like a very nice valley that resembled a very nice valley and not a dragon. The chinese have great imaginations. We caught a cable car to the top of Huanglong Mountain (Yellow Dragon Mountain) that allowed us to walk down a wooden path over 12kms through the valley. The path takes you past coulourful ...
... two years now. It was originally to have been presented at the National People’s Congress in March, but various concerns delayed that, according to people close to the government. Some of them include the challenge of financing the effort, of coordinating among the various ministries and of balancing the rights of farmers, whose land has increasingly been taken forcibly for urban projects. Tonight we are going to the Sichuan Opera and Tea House for dinner and a ...
... a nice place to stand. But then I felt a gentle tug on my dress, and it was a lady who was standing up and motioning that I should take her seat. I wasn't quite sure what to do, would it be rude for me to decline? And so I tried replying that I don't need (Wǒ bù xūyào) and she looked at me somewhat perplexed and I moved away slightly, and after looking at me for some time she sat down again in her seat. It was odd not to say the least.
... All of the soliders have different faces and hair and stances, it's ridiculous. The tomb was discovered in '74, so it is still being excavated, but the part that was reconstructed is awesome. Pictures later I promise.
Yesterday we flew to Chengdu and then bussed to Leshan, where today we visited the world's largest Buddha. It is 73 meters high? Sounds about right. As Kaj explains it: the toenails are dinner-table sized. Truth!
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... this supposed bus was or when it was coming, so I decided to try and catch a cab. This didn't work out so well as I ended up waiting about 40 minutes in the rain trying to hail a cab. I finally caught one and told him where to go. By this time, I'd make the very end of the concert. The cabbie took a very leisurely pace, perhaps the only slow cab-driver in Chengdu. At long last, I finally arrived at the new campus, which was very far from the campus where I was staying, and ...