Huaqing Aegean International Hot Springs Resort&Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it would be near by. The truth of the matter was that we had to drive 2 hours into the mountains to get smoked tofu then drive an hour back to a barbeque place. The restaurant was on the side of the highway and was aside a large manmade lake in which we were supposed to fish. Fishing in China consists of a 30-foot plus bouncy rod with a line attached. There is no reeling mechanism; you just have to throw the fish in the air.
After about 30 min of a lifeless line I ...
... society after the communist revolution but many Chinese are still Buddhist and come to temples like this one throughout China.
Normally I like to go to the tops of buildings like this and take pictures of the surrounding views, but with the air pollution today there wasn’t much to see so we skipped it. It had nothing to do with neither of us really wanting to walk up a few hundred stairs with a hundred or so other people. Yup, ...
... with the excavation of the army.
Until coming here, despite having heard about these statues and seen tv specials about them, I was unaware that they were NOT found intact. Almost every one was smashed by looters who hated the cruel emperor, and they set fire to the wooden building that originally housed them underground. That is what led to them being buried under about 15 feet of dirt.
The government has built quite an impressive park to house all of ...
... We madly biked at the end to return before our 100 min rental. Had some good hot pot at Haidilao restaurant in the mall near Renmin Square where they have noodle shows. The waitress was super nice and had a plate of fruit carved and decorated as a flower saying 'welcome to China'in hoisin sauce on the plate. We found a cool tip to just take a city bus the next day to Terracotta warriors as we wanted to be spared some more 'shopping trips' on the tour buses. Plus ...
... a scorching 97 degrees. The heat had
started to take its toll on the Chinese. Men openly walk around with their
shirts turned up exposing their stomachs, most of whom shouldn’t really be
showing off their naval regions. As Matt rested, I headed out in search of
basic supplies, including toilet paper. Toilet paper is not readily available
or offered in most public places and even some of the hostels we have stopped
in. With Matt having issues on a good day and ...