Huaqing Aegean International Hot Springs Resort&Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... different hairstyles and hats, all those faces. Very stunning!
On the way back to the hotel we went to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. We just came in time to see a music and water play of a huge fountain. we spent around 1 hour with a guided tour around the pagoda area. The best part was a room fully covered with jade that showed the whole life of Buddha. In the end we had to ext through the shop with quite pushy ...
... explored the North Summit for a little while longer and then trekked down it to explore the rest of the place. I decided to trek up to the Center Summit. It was quite an
undertaking. It took me about an hour and a half of walking up small stairs, walking around other people, letting other people walk around me, and photographing a few scenes from the sides of the mountain. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the hike. It was exhausting but enjoyable at the same time.
... meat dishes, will experiment when we get home beyond the usual stuffing. Tofu dish really special. Walked 12.5 K Cycled 14 K Friday 3 October I will need to accelerate the Xian blog now, as I am getting seriously behind, and am determined to finish the thing at the very latest on the flight home to NZ. So a dash through our last day in X'ian, a delightful, impressive big city (8m) and the hotel arrangements allowed us to hide strategically from the worst crowds of the first 3 ...
... to give me directions and afterwards she and I found it on Apple Maps as well). It was definitely a local sort of place and was very busy. Very good noodles. Then I headed to the Bell Tower and wandered through a food street in the Muslim Quarter. By this time I was really quite enjoying myself and it was making up for the rest of the day. Tried a powdered walnut candy that they make by using huge mallets to pound walnuts into ...
... could make love matches, but the groom was required to provide a dowry. He needed to provide a bicycle, a sewing machine, and a watch. Cathy and Michael now both have alluded in their generation to the three C's. The groom must provide a car, in the prospective wife's name, a credit card, in the wife's name, and and condo, in the wife's name. And the fourth C is cooking. Michael says he does all the cooking! Jeff says that though tradition still values male babies over ...