Haorete Hotspring Hotel
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... sort of candle flamed vaccum system (I'm largely speculating here as I couldn't see since I was facing the floor!). There followed a rather uncomfortable 15 minutes where my back was so tight that I could barely breath and didn't want to anyway for fear of dislodging the hefty cups! All of this discomfort was compounded when we saw the state of our backs afterwards; they looked like we had been either attacked by leeches or huge paintball guns - a week later and I still ...
... because the vendor did a little glasses trick that made us laugh so we went in and then I was telling him what purse I liked so he handed it to me. I said Oh I get this for free!? And he said in complete seriousness, yes if I get a kiss! I of course told him no, but in hindsight I should have said yes and gotten a free Michael Kors purse! After our shopping experience we were drained so we went back to the hotel and went to bed because we had to leave at 7:30 for our flight to ...
... showroom. Lots and lots of gorgeous items but prices were in US dollars and Chinese renminbi so we had to divide the yuan by 5 to get the approximate price in AUS dollars. I loved a 50 x 75 x 30 piece in red jade of an intricately carved dragon but USD $70,000.00 would have been a little (a lot) too expensive! Once we had finished in the showroom, we went upstairs to the restaurant and had another really yummy meal. I'm really glad we ...
... techniques, improved the color process, and created the bright blue that appealed to the Oriental aesthetic sense. After a processing breakthrough, most articles for his daily use were made of cloisonne; in time it became popular among the common people; their favorite called 'Jingtai Blue'.
This evening we were treated to dinner at the internationally acclaimed Quanjude Peking Duck Restaurant.
... to the wall, we had read a little about this part of the wall and knew that we could get a cable car up and toboggan down. I didn’t really think this through as I was stood waiting for the most rickety ski lift I have ever seen to take me up the mountain. Tim is happily snapping photos, I am holding on for dear life praying for it to all be over. What didn’t help was as we were on the way up we could see the people going down on a narrow metal slide ...