Holiday Inn Thousand Island Lake
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... owned yacht parked in front of the villa today. It was the only boat on the lake of its lavish design, or size.
The trail around the entire lake is 13 miles long, and we rode most of it today on our bicycles, which was very fun, but also very exciting. We had to constantly be aware of incoming obstacles on all sides of us as we rode — dodging people, buses, motorbikes, cars, taxis and more. Lots of fun, but the girls were ...
... things. Instead they sold clothes, jewelry and shoes . I have a short video of us walking through the market. We found another awesome shirt that said "bailatits" no, I do not know what that is supposed to mean and no I did not buy it. On the other side of the market there is a Muslim restaurant. To be more accurate it is Xinjiang fan. Xinjiang is a province in the west of China where the ouiggers reside. Apparently it is Julie's favorite food. It was surprisingly good! ...
... giftshops. The place was crawling with older Asian tourists, mostly wearing matching tour company hats. The next thing we realized was that noone actually swims in the lake, not to mention the fact that even getting down to the lake costs money. Island boat tours, no swimming. Hotel right on the water, no swimming. The lake its self is man made and is advertised as having water clean enough to drink and it must be due ...
... midnite when we all took off to our respective rooms for some shuteye.
The next morning they rented bikes again (I brought my own), and we headed to Ray's ancestral village which was about an hours ride up into the nearby hills. Although Ray's town is fairly modern in places, his village was very old and gorgeous. I haven't seen a more beautiful place in all my travels including many ...
... to the other bus. Turns out the Y-7 would have been faster and the other bus was completely PACKED though we squeezed on, bags and all. Quite the ride I must say. Bump, sway, bump, "excuse me" bump, sway, I feel like a sardine.
The kids had to find the hotel from the bus stop and it became a competition of who could find it faster. Patrick and Keir led our group quickly and others followed. We found it about 30 minutes later down an alley ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center