- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we head to the first bend of the Yangtze River. We are not sure of the real significance of the location even after reading the sign, however the views are spectacular. The river is far wider here with big flood plains and we can see two directions Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and another which we do not know the name of. On the way we pass lots of farm land, all terraced and a real picture. In this area the main crops are sweetcorn and tomatoes. It is harvest time ...
We have a relaxed start today, apart from the mass Chinese at breakfast piling their plates high. Ian gets rather annoyed after queuing for fried eggs when the man in front takes 4! It is like the last supper. This morning we head up towards the hills and the Jade Dragon mountain to visit two traditional villages inhabited by Naxi people. The drive is just stunning with different views of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain at every corner. First we head to Yuhu village. ...
... quickly infuses the tea, pours the water out, this stimulates the tea. She the makes the tea, it infuses for less than 1 minute then we drink. We sample a number of teas, Puerh tea (the local tea), black tea and a number of others. At the end we are offered the chance to buy the tea. At £30 (this was the cheapest) we decline. We head back to the hotel a different route, we will definitely need a map if we head out later. Tonight Ian selects V Sherry restaurant for ...
... did so despite the road being blocked with lopped branches and scattered masonry, but we were asked to pay more money to get to the viewing platform. We could get to one viewing platform, but that looked over the more prosaic new town. To look at old roofs would have cost us another 10 pound.
We tried to get around it, going up different alleys at the top of the hill that would look over the old town, but the guesthouses have it all sewn up. All possible views ...
... is so fine I couldn't even see it. The finer the thread the finer the work. Most people don't work past 50 as it needs very good eyesight. Our guide was a teacher level and she had 7 years experience. We saw one of her works using the crab stitch and it was very beautiful. We then went to a display area where there were many beautiful pieces including one by the master which was two sided - a lion on one side became a tiger on the other. We felt bad not ...