Garden Hujing Xige International Hotel
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Today was so very excellent. Honey, you can't describe. We started off the morning by driving through an area nearby Ma'anshan. At this point, I'm letting a lot of names and nouns pass me by... sorry... so I'll say, it was an important cemetery that all the local primary schoolers must go to. It was beautiful, and there was a pretty column that is a monument to the martyrs of China's wars.
Nearby, there was the "Strange Slope," which is supposed ...
This morning started, of course, with... ok, food. An amazing breakfast. This hotel has a wonderful breakfast buffet that includes tons of Chinese food and a tiny bit of useless Western food which we have no interest in, plus coffee which we do. The most exciting item was the do-it-yourself bean curd!! Add the sesame oil and toppings to your likings. So excite.
Elise and I took a walk around the lake, and then we were off to go on a ...
... 50) so everyone drives the very narrow back roads through farmland that we drove. We thought that was very economical. :)
In Ma'anshan, we checked into our hotel and hung out with Shanshan and Jingjing until dinner, which was in a banquet room at the nearby restaurant. We met a lot of Elise's extended family, and had a wonderful dinner that was not only "jie feng" (to welcome guests from faraway places) but also was for Jingjing's 18th ...
... inform us as to how much the fish cost beforehand and hence argued that we shouldn't have to pay that much. We were left sitting at the table for about 2 hours pondering what was happening:- did Dragon make a mistake? Were we being fleeced as we were westerners? Who was in the wrong? Our lack of understanding of mandarin meant we could only wonder! Offers were made and refused, tempers ...