Crowne Plaza Shenyang Zhongshan
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The first two weeks have just flown by! It took a few days to get adjusted to this time zone and then we were into holiday time. The first Saturday was the Autumn Moon Festival. We celebrated by going to the rooftop which is the 17th floor of our apartment building. We looked at the moon through Eliana's telescope and ate moon cakes and small round pears - traditional ...
... but also many very cool inside exhibits, where as in Beijing you were only able to enter a couple of buildings. The main structure was built in 1625 (Qing dynasty) and impressively large, it spans approx. 60,000 square meters (300 rooms and 20 courtyards). The Dazheng hall is where emperors ascended the throne, as well as a group of buildings where the Ba qi (8 banners) settled national affairs. You can see ...
I did my last bit of sightseeing and shopping today, but I am headed now to a hotel near the airport, so if there is internet I will do a post tonight, if not I will post my closing notes on Sunday! I will see a lot of you on Monday, or at least talk to you anyway!
Lots of love,
Friday (28th) I had my last day in the herbal dispensary, my favourite placement here. I wanted to post a couple more pictures of Lidi (my second translator) and Lily (she works in the dispensary- very hard might I add) and as well the absolutely awesome dispensary supervisor who has family that lives near Niagara Falls (small world). As well a very rare and expensive herb, see if you TCMer's can guess it. I finished up school and ...
... overcast, so again the TV tower was out, but I only have a few more days here, so I had to try to do something, so I got into the subway and headed almost to the end of the south line, I found Wulihe Park, one of the bigger parks in Shenyang as it runs along both sides of the Wuli river. This is for the more serious athlete, with huge lengths of bike trails, at least 10 different outdoor exercise areas and even some men swimming! I enjoyed this stroll, ...