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... its way. The Taihu Lake in Shzhou and the West Lake in Hangzhou are attractive and charming, like beautiful girls from the areas to the south of the Yangtze River. The Yangtze and Yellow rivers are magnificent while the Taihu and West lakes are attractive. Standing on the bank of the Taihu Lake, you can enjoy the fantastic, beautiful landscape in South China, and on the band of the ...
... ditty croon by the elderly who sitting around in the lakeside garden. Listen to the voice of the spring together, and appreciate the blossom and blossom fall. Walking so slowly, go through the entire life with your lover, just like the moving story of the ancient Hangzhou is the night.
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This time I am going by train. sometime soon I will upload a few photos, I took the overnight train, (2pm in the afternoon to 7:30am in the morning) from Hangzhou to Shenzhen, then a quick hop across the border and metro to Wan Chai where the Visa office is.
... beautiful, and there were many different boats that you could board to visit the other side of the lake. We chose to walk, knowing that we would come back here another day, and have a boat ride then.
Dancing, roller blading, hip-hop, singing, and large groups of men, all listening to a single person in their group, (maybe it was story-telling), were some of the activities we saw. Watching the sun go down was magical, especially with boats still on the lake. The ...
... be horror!
Besides the beautiful area around the West Lake, Hangzhou surely has some “normal Chinese city quarters” with office skyscrapers and huge apartment blocks to host the majority of the more than six million inhabitants.
All-in-all our visit to Hangzhou has been nice and relaxing. It was a worthwhile stop, although I experienced it be not Chinese but rather like an artificial relaxation-park.
Next stop: Hong Kong