Best Western Huangshan Resort & Spa
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... closest to us. We did encounter masses of Chinese tourists groups blocking parts of the paths and Kit did get attacked by a monkey on the way down, but other than that there was nothing really interesting. And of course it rained again at the foot of the mountain...
Soo we just took the buses back to the city and then the train home.
My tip: Don't go to Huangshan in bad weather! You won't see anything and pay way too much!
... sold for the "soft seat" cars and there was also plenty of leg room and even a couple shared power outlets. After the "hard seat" from the other day, it felt like traveling first class and I slept well. I arrived in Shanghai at 9am and headed to a coffee shop in Pudong where I hung out for a while reading and waiting til I thought it would be late enough to check into my hostel. Once I checked into my hostel, I took a long overdue shower, got some laundry done, and worked out whether ...
... the “eyebrow” (carved statement above the door) than they will on the inside of the home, because these features convery wealth to the many who pass by the home. Very interesting, another aspect of how important public perception is here!
Toward the end of our walk through the Old Town, we come to Rays's tea shop. The name of his company is the Hengtai Tea Company, and it is a beautifully presented shop, which he, his wife and 1 ...
... that they seem much larger. It is fun to learn about the significance of all of the various elements of the gardens, including the stones that were imported from over 80 miles away to symbolize a mountain backdrop for many of the beautiful scenic areas here. The 400 year old gingko tree is spectacular, as is the 300+ year old wisteria vine that covers a huge trellis. It is evident that both Japanese and Chinese families took incredible care in planning ...
... during the Southern Song Dynasty about 900 years ago. It was in this village that the movie "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" was partly shot.
Then onto the 1,000 year old Xidi village with 300 old dwellings left from the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Then Back to our hotel ...