Taoran Garden Hotel
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... erected with transformers quite close to the bus!!), to a little restaurant for a traditional Chinese lunch, which was quite lovely (not too many of those huge vegetables!). I enjoyed getting to know our fellow travellers. After lunch, we visited the Summer Palace which was just lovely, situated on a gorgeous lake (Kunming Lake), surrounded by mountains which provided cooling relief for the Emperors from the scorching summer (it was still hot by the way). This was ...
... observer know something was supposed to be there, but wasn't on display. One entire story was missing, and there were just four giant black rectangles painted on the wall in their stead.
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... people do not know that this ever happened. This is why this place is such an amazing place to have been able to come, for me. It's historical relevance goes quietly unnoticed, and just gets photo'ed for being the largest square area in the world. Tian'anmen Square was again covered in fog, but the centre of it all, the Chairman Mao photo, shone bright. After A LOT of security checks, I took my photos, but I just could not believe the amounts ...
... per day made it pretty crowded. Even the lake wasn't spared, with hundreds of little paddle boats and jetboats jostling for position. An arched bridge was pretty cool and there was a random boat made entirely of marble sitting by one of the docks. Not exactly a boat though as it was supported with more marble pillars into the lake bed. We finally found a quieter area up on the hill and wandered around the ancient pagodas and crumbling walls until it was time to find our way ...
... point I was pretty exhausted and just wanted to go back... But we walked over to the national performing arts centre which is just a pretty cool building to see.. We could have went in but decided just to rest a bit in the grass. We journeyed back to the hostel and got there by 330.
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