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We started off late and then had an impromptu stop at Starbucks. I'm not sure why we needed to take high school students for a latte - coffee was free at breakfast. Tour hours later, we arrived at the Yellow River. We wandered 100 metres to small inhabited location. It was not an overwhelming experience and nothing compared to the stories and songs that have it as the subject. A short drive then into Kaifeng. Kaifeng was the ...
... restored during
the Qing Dynasty, in recognition of its historical value. The existing temple structures date from the Qing Dynasty period restoration.
SHANSHAANGAN GUILD HALL
The Sshanshaangan Guildhall, was built by merchants from Shanxi, Shaanxi, and Gansu Provinces so they had ...
... imperial palaces, as Kaifeng was an old capital. In the front of the pavilion there is a straight road which you walk along from the entry.On one side the lake is called Lake of Family Pan and the other is Lake of Family Yang. These were very well known families of the Song Dynasty.One family was loyal so their lake is clear and the other family was famous for their treachery so their lake is dirty.
We walked back down a tourist street and caught a taxi back to ...
... very few drunken evenings that we had participated in since we left the UK, and our lack of drinking practice had taken its toll on our alcohol tolerance. It was our last night in Kaifeng, and as we went to bed, we said a slurred goodbye to Mike. We woke slowly, and after an abortive effort to walk to a pagoda in the far north of the city, we returned to the lake, with its strangely magnetic quality. But, as much as the lake drew us to its calm shores, we knew a long overnight train to Chongqing awaited us.
... The journey was quite short actually, and then we had our lunch there. Itfs a pity that the museum was not open there, so we didnft do much and left. Then we went to see the head sculpture of King Yan and King Huang. We took quite a lot of photos there, since it was about the end of trip. That day, we also went traveling the city Zheng Chou. It was amazing. The city was so well developed and just like Hong Kong. There were brand name shops everywhere. ...