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... some things here we are no so keen on trying, some chicken feet, what we think is liver and some rather interesting looking eggs. We tried some
of the snails as well, Paul liked them, I was no quite so keen, I think I prefer mine smaller and covered in garlic butter.
We head off to Xi’an next and the terracotta warriors, a city wall to explore and a fancy (for us) hotel, expect lots and lots of ...
... reserved solely for the Emperor. The leaves should be small and then they are dried quickly by hand in a wok-like pan. Green tea has the most antioxidants. We learned that fermented, or black tea, should be washed first with hot water which is dumped and then new water is added for the brewing. The water should be hot but not boiling. Our guide show the three months of ...
... we were able to sit for the over an hour bus ride back. The streets were packed with people heading back into town and the ride was long! Once back into the city we were able to take the subway back to the hotel were we had dinner at the buffer restaurant on the 22nd floor of the hotel. It was $40 per person which is a huge amount for China but at that point it did not matter. Tomorrow we are leaving at 6:30 for Nanjing which should be interesting.
... China. It was an imperial lake and gardens for many thousand of years and is the home to a lot of the Chinese folk lore tails. At 8.8 million Hangzhou is by no means a small city and it will be interesting to see how such a beautiful park fits in to such a large urban city.
After arriving at the train station we took the subway to the hotel which was only 2 stops away. We are staying at the Azure Qiantang by Luxury Collection ...
... country of their choice and then provided their peers with a snapshot of the culture of the country. In addition to these activities our students performed their much rehearsed chinese song which was well received by the crowd. Later they all danced with the Hangzhou students and enjoyed the festive atmosphere.
Then it was off to sign off ...