Red Capital Ranch (Shambhala at the Great Wall)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which was to be the largest by East Germany in China, was then informally known as Project #157.The architectural plans were left to the Germans, who chose a functional Bauhaus-influenced design over the more ornamental Soviet style, triggering the first of ...
... public), Forbidden City, local traditional housing and meals, and Tea House Ceremony (I loved tasting all the tea). The food has been pretty good and part of the experience. As a good Wisconsinite I am missing cheese however. I have become close to many of the other 15 couples along on the trip and one who works in a Sargento factory sympathizes :) I am currently writing while riding the bullet train to ZhengZhou, Henan. 24 hours from ...
To my shock, clear blue sky today! So happy to not be afraid for my lungs. No need to panic.
I decided to style my hair today.
When I got to class, Emi said that I looked cute. Then Natasha said the same thing.
For Chinese class, we went over new words. Then my professor made us read a paragraph. Nothing too complicated.
During our break, I sat in the hallway with ...
... we finished lunch, we made way back in town and to a place where I watched Kung Fu theatre show. It was really good. I enjoyed it. After the show, Tina and I went back to my hotel, I wasn't hungry but felt like ice cream. Tina helped to find an ice cream place for me. It was fun time with Tina. Back to the hotel. Knowing I will have late check out, and transfer to other hotel where I will meet a group which I will be going with, on my Silk Road ...
... our travels.
Our flight to Xi’an appeared to be on time, but once again we were delayed by about an hour due to volume of air traffic and clearance from air traffic control. We arrived in Xi’an at about 17.00 and were met by our guide Lisa. On the one hour journey to the city of Xi’an she told us a lot of things about the city and the province of Shaanxi. The journey was on fairly clear roads but once we started to hit the ...