Han'S Royal Garden Hotel
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... for lunch. Delicious and filling.
We then continued our walk along the next lake, Houhai. This is lined on both sides with many small bars and cafes. Obviously it would be booming at night time, particularly in summer. Fletcher's knee and ankle were holding up well so we refused the many offers of rickshaw rides and kept walking. There is much more to see that way. We came to an area where there was much recreational activity. Several men were swimming in the near frozen ...
... if they thought I was some celebrity!! "Get out now!!" ... I'm pretty sure that's what he was yelling and, even though he was smaller than I, with the stripes on his shoulders and size of his gun, his command was one I would take seriously! So let's go back... it's clear that I somehow ventured into an area that was off limits. It must have been that half opened gate a while back but I swear I followed other tourists in there... well, they looked like tourists! ...
... photo model. Maegen is determent that people should speak English and doesn’t believe in sign language. It’s very funny and she still gets what she wants, especially her fried rice, with Soy sauce!
The food is amazing. Half the time we don’t really know what we have ordered, but it is delicious every time. It is all nice and cheap and plenty of it. We can see that as the middle class in China can afford to spend more on food ...
... song but luckily they allowed us to be seated and did not make us wait until intermission. Professor Lynch and Whitney fell asleep for a few songs (damn mortinis).
The show was absolutely amazing. I’m not the biggest fan of these concerts but I could not get enough (mortinis?). Concert went until about 10 or so and then we all went back to the dorm. Life is good...really.
... Wall. Since the Great Wall is the single greatest attraction of China Travel, we take you to the less-visited and more "original" Mutianyu section and try to avoid other sections which are the most accessible and consequently the most crowded. You can enjoy riding a gondola up to the highest point for panoramic views of this ancient edifice, exploring its impressive watchtowers, ramparts and carriageways at your own pace, ...