Lijiang Grand Hotel
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Reasonable price and its location is the best to visit Lijiang Ancient City. Just located in the front of its entrance.
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... help us build up an appetite! We wander through the cobbled streets in Lijiang once again taking in the uniqueness of the town and the locals! Sharon takes us to a recommended restaurant, and we sit outside by the flowers and the little river. Kate spots an interesting looking hot pot on another table so decides this would be a great idea. We select a mushroom broth, but upon arrival we establish it is full of chicken bones. There was no mention of chicken in ...
... explained they were trying to keep the heritage of the local embroidery. The Institute has over 120 students and the Master. The work was really beautiful with some pieces for sale, but the best were beyond our budget! We head for lunch in a 300 year old restaurant. We hope the kitchen equipment is a bit more recent! The food arrives looking really tasty but is full of chillies, big green, small green, big red, small red, orange. You get the picture! ...
... impact Kate's movie star status! Ian notices how fresh the fish dishes are when a local couple select a fish from the tank, it is lifted out, bashed on the head and then immediately sent to the kitchen for the fish man to fillet. You cannot get fresher than that! We head back to the **************tails in the bar. The influence of mobiles is clear in the bar as four generations of the same family sit next to us and all are fixed to their phones. The Chinese are obsessed by their ...
... wasn't too much information on offer in English and I was a bit confused by the references to "Headman Mu" as though it was one person, when the mansion was the seat of government in the region for several centuries. There would be a reference to Headman Mu being very cultured or very interested in literature, but no indication which Headman Mu it was talking about.
More interesting than the state rooms (notable mainly for some enormous 6-foot vases) for me was ...
... loud, colourful and spectacular. However it was very hot, the Chinese audience was noisy and many stood up and left throughout the performance. Next we took a bus and then a cable car to the top of the mountain. Despite the altitude it was still very warm. There was an electric car ride to a path to the bottom of the glacier. We did not go to the end of the track and were happy to see the glacier from a distance. It was small compared to those we'd seen ...